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I personally don’t really like melamine…. Mostly because for me that’s not what I call woodworking.. Nevertheless, I did this dressing room and this kitchen for a friend who leaves in Botswana (Afrique) while I was travelling around for a year (I was missing my job hahaha). I’ve to say that it wasn’t easy at all to build such thing in Africa!!! every thing that seems so easy at home such as finding the right screws or buying a jig saw are transformed into a challenge… Anyway… I know that these picture won’t impress you… but I wanted to share it!
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Been to botswana on horseback safari years ago.Brings back memorys ,lovely country
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