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Studio NOO Design

Nicely done !

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Liza Pilipets

@Jeri Sears @Lori Actually, a tambour is an enclosed entryway between the doors to the outside and the inside. They're very commonly used in eastern Europe both as mudrooms and to prevent cold air from getting inside of the house.

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What a wonderful home!!

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