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 PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 12 2:17 pm   
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hey NYNY thanks for the thorough info!

should find some furniture with cushions in panda leather :lol:

funny thing is that bamboo is a grass, not wood ;)

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I know it's a grass, but telling people you work with "grass" or "weed" could give them the wrong impression ;) :)

Seeing that my better half is one step away from full blown vegan, I doubt I could slide panda pelt seat covers by her, or a polar bear rug. she still thinks the lc2 chairs are fake leather..........

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 PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 12 9:38 am   
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I think plywood has a place in fine furniture..http://www.minimalhome.com/product/Gen_II_PR3

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Remarkable case work...I imagine a lovely lady maintains her 'delicates" in the top drawer
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I've been working on a wine cabinet for 8 months now. I wanted to push the envelop with this project and use plywood for the larger pieces of wood instaed of gluing up narrow boards.

thanks for sharing.

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