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43 Home Decorating Ideas With “Breeze Block” to Provide Privacy & Good Ventilation

Breeze blocks first made an appearance in American design and architecture in the 1930s. They rapidly gained popularity up until the 1970s.

Most iconic cement blocks were popular in warmer climates. Many designers are rediscovering new ways to breeze blocks as they become more in-demand.

Breeze blocks are patterned blocks you may have seen covering the sides of buildings across the world. They can serve as a design accent in hip restaurants, or more recently in your neighbor’s backyard!

Besides being pretty to look at, these architectural pieces can be functional too. Breeze blocks balance the impact of sunlight and provide ventilation for outdoor patios and breezeways.

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