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mahogany library

Postby DanFecteau » Sun, Jan 15 2006, 1:35PM

There's a mahogany library we did for a connecticut customer with the help of eCabinet and our thermwood.
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Postby Lee Morris » Sun, Jan 15 2006, 3:01PM

Dan
Wow! That is a very nice library.
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Postby Brian Shannon » Sun, Jan 15 2006, 11:55PM

Very nice Dan... What type of mahogany?

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mahogany library

Postby DanFecteau » Mon, Jan 16 2006, 7:28AM

african, kaya

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Postby David Norton » Mon, Jan 16 2006, 6:50PM

Dan, as an installer/designer I am \"way impressed\"! Very nice work indeed!!
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Postby Alan Cooper » Wed, Feb 22 2006, 9:19AM

Lovely room. I would sure like to make one of those myself - maybe in oak. Particularly impressed with the ceiling.

I wonder how many book cases or proportion of book cases to size of room to properly classify as a library?
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