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Randy Thueme Design Inc.

A 3/4 acre site designed for an active family. The new residence was customized by the owners and design team to reflect a modern lifestyle.
Photo of a large traditional backyard landscaping in San Francisco. — Houzz

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Laurel Ennis wrote:
What kind of "fence" is that? Are they glass? Metal? Do they light up?
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I'm not sold, nice look but I would not compare these too fencing that keeps pets in or. Deer out....
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Harry Tran
looks great. it's a pool fence not privacy fence.
madeinmaui wrote:
FENCE - Where can you buy these?!
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Elaine Neumann
What are these pols made of?
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Elaine Neumann
Sorry I meant poles, or posts.
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Mark Loucks wrote:
Where can you get the clear acrylic tubes? - Can you tell us where they are purchase?
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marciakelley wrote:
And are they very sturdy-unbreakable
Melissa King wrote:
What are those pillers, lights?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Shawn Gauthier added this to 10 Creative Fence Designs
OK, so this fence doesn’t provide much privacy, but it does create a protective barrier around the pool from curious little ones. Made from bubbled acrylic balls, the fence lends an unexpected sophisticated appeal.
Matthew Ankeny added this to 12 Delightfully Different Garden Walls and Fences
12. Fun alternatives. This fence is made from clear acrylic posts full of bubbles. The posts are anchored below a synthetic lawn, offering a playful surrounding for the pool while giving a subtle nod to the splashing enjoyed inside it.Tell us: What is your favorite fun, creative fence or wall? Coming next: 7 questions to help you think about your front-yard fence
Becky Harris added this to You Said It: ‘The More Dents, the Better’ and More Houzz Quotables
“You know the usual barriers well — the ones made of wood, brick, vinyl and chain link — but now it’s time to meet their more alternative friends.” — Matthew AnkenyA lot of us get into a rut when trying to imagine fence designs, and wind up settling for the same-old, same-old. These vertical gardens, sandblasted glass panels lit with LEDs and acrylic posts full of bubbles revved up my imagination. Check out all 12 alternatives Ankeny has curated for us. Full story: 12 Delightfully Different Garden Walls and Fences
Carol Crotta added this to Good Fences, Good Neighbors — and Good Views
Open fencing lends itself to a wide range of materials and is downright playful here, with bubble-infused acrylic poles echoing the pool area they surround.
Mitchell Parker added this to These Steps Will Help Keep Kids Safe Around Pools and Spas
Here, Randy Thueme created an artful second line of defense with acrylic bubble rods. These support the main, code-compliant barrier of an automatic pool cover. Pros of fence barriers: Fences don’t need to be taken down to use your pool and put back up after you’re done. Once they’re up, you just walk through the gate. Installation usually takes only one day. Cons: They can cut into valuable space in yards and pool decks. “Fences work better for large back yards,” Hauge says. Some people find them aesthetically unpleasing because they can block views to surrounding landscaping.Cost: Fences cost $1,500 to $2,500, depending on size and material.

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Phil Fischer added this to House Styles
I like the look of the back of the house

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