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Old 06-27-2009, 01:05 AM   #15
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Try this website if you want a cheaper tambour alternative. I plan on purchasing some soon for my replacement. Found this by accident.

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Old 06-27-2009, 01:18 AM   #16
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Try this website if you want a cheaper tambour alternative. I plan on purchasing some soon for my replacement. Found this by accident.

Tambour Paneling - Bamboo Wall Coverings, Materials
This type of tambour seems to be for decorative purposes. There is no mention of it being used as a functional type. This is an important aspect you might want to inquire about before making your purchase. I know the other types you can get at places like sells in both types (functional & decorative). If it works for a functional door then it would be really great! Lets us know what you find out.



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Looks great! What did you use to recover/finish the walls/partions, etc. It looks like a paneling of sorts, but with an interesting texture.

We have the ugly dark walnut panels, we'd like to eventually replace with something lighter.

Thanks, Mary

But Mary, those ugly dark walnut panels are back in style now. Everything goes in cycles.

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