Taber & Company
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Sub Zero Refrigerator banks traditional-kitchen

Sub Zero Refrigerator banks


What Houzz contributors are saying:

Since the days of the Spanish colonists, mesquite has been used for furniture, floors and doors, for good reasons. Its wood is strong, with a density greater than hardwoods like hickory and maple. Its sapwood is yellow; the heartwood is reddish brown and darkens with age. Its medium to coarse grain is sometimes swirled, with a natural light luster. Its designworthy “defects” are intriguing, including bug holes and sometimes streaks of minerals. (Adding bits of turquoise to a handcrafted mesquite table or countertop is a popular trend.)While mesquite may grow prolifically, not every tree makes the grade, and not every craftsperson can handle the special needs required to create fine mesquite furniture. Those that can, rise to the occasion and do mesquite proud. Take this handsome armoire-style piece by Taber and Company as one example. This custom unit encases a double-doored refrigerator.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

mjkjrobinson added this to famliy room
September 3, 2014
very pretty piece of furniture, love the wood
Juboka Ltd added this to San Miguel Kitchen
September 3, 2014
what a gorgeous cabinet!! and the fact that it hides a double refrigerator!!!
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