corner cupboard


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corner cupboard

A cabinet built to fit into the corner of a room, its face forming a 45° angle with the adjacent walls.
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The black question mark still defaced the peculiar white corner cupboard.
The first floor consists of twin parlors with fireplaces, one with a built-in corner cupboard.
99 KITCHEN CLASSIC: Table in reclaimed cedar and kitchen units put together from a variety of sources SKIP TREASURE: This display box on the wall is an old noticeboard saved from a skip CUPBOARD LOVE: This pine corner cupboard was bought in an auction
NYSE: CNX) today announced a $16,000 donation from its employees to the Corner Cupboard Food Bank, which provides food assistance and hunger relief to more than 3,000 Greene County, PA residents each month.
It used to be that you stuck your hand into the back of a corner cupboard and you never knew what you might pull out because you really couldn't see in.
The trophy was taken back to Clift's then-local pub in Winchcombe, the Corner Cupboard, where it did ceremonial duty as an alternative Gold Cup during a week of celebrations.
They opened up the living room simply by wrenching out a massive, built-in corner cupboard next to the working stone fireplace which dominated the room.
Caernarfon dealer Captain Morgan Antiques will have Georgian longcase clocks from Denbigh and Llanrwst, a late Georgian Welsh standing corner cupboard with provenance, plus some good English gilt mirrors.
A feature of the house is the large kitchen-dining room, which has a range of base and wall units, a corner cupboard and spaces for appliances.
The grandparents smelled smoke and when he went to investigate, Mr Hann saw a small fire in a corner cupboard.
It takes longer than you think to clear out a cluttered garage, so why not start with a corner cupboard that you might want to clear.
Among these are a corner cupboard in buttermilk blue, a two-drawer chest in tiger maple, a Windsor bed, a walnut bedstead with shaped "wings" to shelter a child's head from drafts, and dressers with multiple drawers inspired by Moravian spice chests.