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Re: Tea place at home

by kingslam » Nov 5th, '12, 00:44

It's great that this website can upload pictures now!
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Re: Tea place at home

by Alex » Nov 5th, '12, 08:12

This is a great thread. I won't post mine though. Its basically an empty tray and a few things in a cupboard. LOL :mrgreen:

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Re: Tea place at home

by sriracha » Nov 5th, '12, 13:29

Alex wrote:This is a great thread. I won't post mine though. Its basically an empty tray and a few things in a cupboard. LOL :mrgreen:

Mine isn't much either but I'll post anyway. As soon as there's some decent light, haven't seen the sun in days now =_=

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Re: Tea place at home

by kingslam » Nov 6th, '12, 00:50

Alex wrote:This is a great thread. I won't post mine though. Its basically an empty tray and a few things in a cupboard. LOL :mrgreen:
Since you mentioned empty tray... :mrgreen:
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Re: Tea place at home

by hopeofdawn » Nov 6th, '12, 11:48

I have to admit that I don't really have a designated 'tea place', unless the corner of the kitchen where I keep most of my tea brewing equipment counts. But Teachat has definitely made me want one! And in that vein, I thought I'd try and get started with this piece I found off of Craigslist.

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Not sure where it's going to go yet--there's no real unoccupied corner I can devote solely to teathings in my little place. But the nice thing about the table is that it folds flat--so at least I can create a temporary tea-haven, once I find a good place for it! :)

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Re: Tea place at home

by teanovice78 » Nov 7th, '12, 21:47

Wow, some very nice setups everyone. I am more like what Alex said. I usually drink my tea in front of the pc. I keep my gongfu tray on the kitchen counter and my pu erh and other teas in the cupboard. It is simple but that is how I like it! :)

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Re: Tea place at home

by brandon » Nov 25th, '12, 12:31

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I like to brew up in this spot in the mornings. A lot of soft light coming in makes tea time a pleasure.

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