Furniture

Choices

Can you ever have enough side tables? Well unless you start to trip over them. Then you might need to be ruthless and remove the less pleasing ones. That is a shame for the less favoured tables. But my little tartan inspired design, this time made in solid cherry, walnut and maple, need not fear. There is always room for him. Solid wood throughout including the top. It has two convenient and modest dovetailed drawers with solid bottoms to loose things in for a while. The drawers can be lined with suede or finished in shellac.

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Jewellery cabinets

Jewellery boxes are one thing but sometimes there is need for a bit more storage. A Jewellery cabinet might not be quite big enough to house the crown jewels but for humble subjects at court there will never be a need to return a diamond ring or pearl necklace to his majesty again because you simply don’t have the space.

This jewellery cabinet is made from maple with drawer fronts in natural and steamed pear and lacewood (Louro Faia). With silver inlaid drawer pulls and 9 suede lined drawers. This model is 32cm wide 63cm long and 73cm high. As it is also designed as a bedside table it has a modest book shelf.

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This jewellery cabinet is also made from maple with drawer fronts in natural and steamed pear and lacewood (Louro Faia). With inlaid drawer pulls and 9 suede lined drawers. This model is 32cm wide 63cm long and 73cm high. Again designed as a bedside table but this time with elegant legs rather than a bookshelf.

Nine drawer jewellery cabinet
Top view

Left legs of jewellery cabinet
Foot of jewellery cabinet
Inlaid drawer pull for jewellery cabinet drawer

Drinks Cabinet

Collectors of fine whisky are well looked after with this contemporary and yet classical drinks cabinet. In American maple with a quilted maple top. The revolving door has maple, walnut and elm sections to imitate a tartan motief. Bronze posts and brass railings are sure to keep a modest collection of choice malts and fine glassware safe. The cabinet stands 100cm tall is 29.5cm wide 50.5cm long.
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