The new dutch houses, or duffel houses, are usually the first thing people notice when they enter the new house.
They’re made from a mix of different materials, such as stone, concrete, wood, and concrete block, and have all been designed to look pretty much the same.
But the duffle houses have one thing in common: they’re made of glass.
The reason for the glass in duffels is because they’re often used for light fixtures and other purposes.
There are, of course, other reasons for glass to be used in a duffeling house, but glass is by far the most common.
Glass is also quite useful for making duffeled homes, so if you’ve ever been stuck with an ugly wooden box and it’s too hard to get a new one made, don’t despair.
Here are a few tips on how to get the most out of your glass-enclosed duffelling house.