Claro Walnut

I posted pics of the slab a long time ago on the Claro Walnut we had in our showroom. Well, it's now a computer desk. The client brought in her own plexiglass base in, and didn't want to touch/alter the actual slab...would be interesting to see how it looks set up in her home:

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  • Leslie D
    on Jan 10, 2013

    Thanks, Becky! That room was our biggest challenge. Moving walls, structural supports, cutting concrete to add the island, and all bargain shopped (cabinets/sink/faucet are from a store vignette, who went out of business). Brooks, I'll check out the website. We basically need a 7' slab, ranging between 10" & 18" wide to work. Thanks!

  • Kate
    on Aug 25, 2016

    So lovely. I like the transparent plexiglass base because it doesn't take any attention at all from the slab tabletop.

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