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Old 11-03-2009, 07:26 PM   #1
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Are there RTA components to build a home office?


Like these? I just need one wall like this.


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I have seen RTA home office cabinets in the past.
I can't recall exact names at the moment though. Greenmill, or Green something is a name that comes to minds, or should I say almost comes to mind.
There are other too, if I think of them I will re post.

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