This stunning, narrow cabinet is graced with a bow front, adding to the classic lines of this mahogany single door cabinet. The interior contains three removable shelves.
This petite cupboard is a unique find. It was likely a carpenter's "sales model" to demonstrate what a full size cabinet would look like. It was unusual to see birch, a more expensive wood, used in a small cupboard unless for this purpose
This sweet pine hanging cupboard was a traditional item in a Swedish country home or farmhouse. With no built in cabinets at the time, a cupboard like this allowed for a bit of extra storage
The hand-painted floral design is all original on this colorful armoire with traditional Hungarian folk-art style elements. The 4 deep red painted panels are decorated with flowers in vases, a typical style in the 1800's.
Beautiful and versatile, this painted Chinese lacquered cabinet has a lovely aged patina with hints of lighter red and amber beneath a time worn, dark red paint whispering of years gone by. The lacquered finish is highly polished giving the paint incredible depth.
Utterly stunning, the mahogany glows with life in this classic Danish cabinet. You can visually see the "flame" of the mahogany in each of the 3 drawers in addition to the 2 remarkable paneled cabinet doors.
Antique Oak cabinet in 2 sections from Denmark circa 1860-1880.
Known as a "grocer's desk" in Denmark, every country store whether grocer, hardware or pharmacist would have had a pine counter or storage cabinet, often with many small drawers such as you see in this one. This counter is free-standing, making it ideal to serve as a kitchen island in a modern home
This antique pine sideboard is a great find due to its length; at 81" long, it can be used as a serving buffet, urban farmhouse kitchen island (it is free-standing, painted white on the back) or even as a double sink in a bathroom.
This large counter reveals many years of constant use through the extensive wear seen on the original blue paint and the fabulous, distressed top demonstrating it was used often as a work surface. It is the very distress that creates the wonderful, worn character in this truly vintage sideboard.
Solid and stately, at 40" tall this oak sideboard also serves well as a buffet. The turned columns, original brass hardware and large bun feet add to its strong presence.
This large pine cupboard will also serve as a wonderful serving buffet thanks to the marble top of the lower sideboard which allows hot dishes to be placed there. The upper cabinet is flanked by 3 petite corner shelves allowing for display of special decorative items.
This large oak buffet comes from the Black Forest region, world famous for its hand-carved furniture. Notice the fine detailed carving in the four panel cabinet doors, each portraying curved vines abundant with grape clusters and leaves.
It is unusual to find a pair of sideboards, let alone long ones such as seen in this lovely pair. The gently curved doors and tapered legs add to the grace and charm of this set.
This rustic country piece features cupboard space below with open shelves above. Although the shelves above were originally used as a plate rack, this would make a nice bookshelf.
Built to use as behind the counter display and storage for a Danish grocer, the cabinet is one large cabinet with open shelves above and multiple drawers in a variety of sizes below.
Tall pine cabinet from Hungary circa 1900, with 2 glass doors and 5 shelves. The painted wood grain finish is original - this would make a great display cabinet or bookcase.
The elaborate and detailed hand-carving throughout this entire oak cabinet reminds one how gifted craftsmen and artistic talent were appreciated in the past. The interior shelves are adjustable, making this an ideal display cabinet or perfect bookcase.
Impressive Oak Renaissance Revival bookcase heavily carved with 2 glass doors and adjustable shelves, circa 1880 from Germany. This piece breaks down which makes moving or shipping much easier.
The elogated open panels are visually striking in this stunning cabinet from China. The original red and wood-toned painted finish is slightly distressed, revealing the age and adding depth and character to the cabinet while the lacquered finish protects it and adds to the rich beauty.
Built and designed in the same manner as shop display cabinets throughout Europe in the 1800's, this reproduction pine bookcase is ready to be waxed, stained or painted in the manner you choose. The upper panels are ready for glass or wire to be installed as well.
The concave domed center shelves create visual drama in this large bookcase or display cabinet from England. Impressive in person, it is built in three sections allowing for easier installation. The far left and right glass cabinets have adjustable shelves.The natural pine has been waxed.
The wood glows with life and had been given a wax finish bringing a soft luster to the warm pine in this large wall unit/cabinet. The arched panels with paned glass create the graceful appeal that draws one to gaze at what is displayed inside.
Beyond exceptional, this original painted Swedish cupboard is a tremendous find as it was likely a commissioned piece with both a professional craftsman and professioanl painter hired to complete the work. The original paint draws you in to appreciate the well executed floral motif.
Impressive in stature, this pine armoire has a strong visual presence as the eye is drawn upward to the delicate carved details of the crown and pilasters that frame the doors. The slightly convex doors have decorative scalloped panels, adding a romantic touch
For those that appreciate the lovely hues of hand-painted antiques from the Swedish countryside, this original blue painted cabinet is a special find. It has aged gently over the years, resulting in a softly distressed patina than only comes from years of use.
The folk-art style of the period was to paint a stylized "wood" looking finish on pine pieces, as seen in the earthtone base of this very traditional Swedish cupboard.
Stately& elegant, this mahogany cabinet reveals its Biedermeier style in the classic columns, bronze accents and bowed/curved door, in addition to the striking finish of the rich mahogany. Designed as a pedestal cabinet by an exclusive craftsman, originally it likely displayed a special item on top.
This remarkable armoire has exceptional original paint and is dated 1774 with a monogram of "M M" beside it. The detailed, hand-painted panels includes lovely birds (in the upper panel section) resting upon a vase bursting with flowers. The panels are highlighted with a red painted finish.
Impressive and statuesque, this country Biedermeier pine armoire is painted white with black accents. The turned columns, painted black, add to the substancial "presence" of the armoire along with the gently bowed doors. Panels are seen on both the sides as well as the doors.
Finished on all four sides with panels and multiple drawers, this partially painted and stripped pine counter from Denmark is free standing. This would make a great kitchen island or it could even be used as it was originally intended - as a store counter or desk.
Glass front bookcase made in two parts. The upper and lower sections feature a pair of barley twist columns on either side of two glass doors above, and cupboard doors below.
Country pine cabinet with a shelf above and lower storage below. More shelves could easily be added to the open space above.
Large open shelving made in two sections with 24 small drawers and 2 full size drawers.