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Susan Levin wrote:Apr 21, 2015
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    These panels were custom made. Originally we used a thick translucent corrugated plastic for the privacy screens but they later disintegrated through our extreme cold temperatures. We now have acrylic panels in place and they are very durable. Highly recommend them. Any local plastics supplier should be able to assist you.

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    Susan Levin

    Thanks ever so much. So appreciate your speedy response.

kbrown02 wrote:Aug 22, 2013
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    Are you referring to the Totem Poles? They were custom made in Western B.C. and hand painted locally.
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    Who made the Totem pole?
csmaya wrote:Mar 11, 2013
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    Corrugated Acrylic, they look great when lit up from behind at night as well as the light filters through the frosted panels with all the leave patterns.
  • oakhavenmama
    Love the idea of the light coming through, but achieving privacy! Where would one buy this corrugated acrylic?
sasharooey wrote:Apr 12, 2014
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    It is a gas fire pit surrounded by non-combustable material. Burning the deck is not a concern:)
imaccanada wrote:Apr 27, 2013
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    Absolutely! I live in Canada too and these are at a northern ski chalet which gets a ton of snow.
mccalltaylor3 wrote:Mar 28, 2013
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    These are pretty standard wood Muskoka chairs available everywhere. These came from Home Hardware in Thornbury and were stained red. You may want to consider the resin versions for longevity however.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

amberhopman
Amber Hopman added this to Get Backyard Privacy the Subtler, Stylish WayJul 16, 2013

Screen in your hot tub. Ensure your spa isn’t out in the open by installing these corrugated acrylic panels. You can even filter light from behind for a romantic background glow.13 New Ways to Make a Splash With a Hot Tub

What Houzzers are commenting on:

allie_katz
allie katz added this to backyardOct 6, 2019

privacy screen behind hot tub - driftwood?

landbabe
Denise added this to Deck SpaceJul 29, 2019

I like the hot tub o a lower level and the privacy wall plus fire pit

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