Definition of zebrawood
1 : any of several trees or shrubs having mottled or striped wood: such asa : a tall South American timber tree (Astronium fraxinifolium) of the cashew familyb : a tall western African timber tree (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) of the legume family
2 : the wood of a zebrawood
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The kitchen has two Miele dishwashers and other high-end appliances, along with a butler’s pantry, a copper sink and an island of zebrawood, to name a few features.
Inspired by Hawaii’s diverse influences, room interiors showcase walls of teak, zebrawood edging and floors of mahogany covered by wool rugs.
In a luxury boutique, your credit card is now likely to be whisked away — the grubby reality of commerce happens out of sight — only to be discreetly, and somewhat apologetically, returned in a supple leather binder or on a zebrawood tray.
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