The graceful appeal of this bow front corner cabinet is due to the simple Swedish styling and dark patina of the aged pine. Notice the fine details, such as the deep molding of the crown, the scallop and vertical opening cut outs along the center.
It is the deeply aged patina of the pine that one finds entrancing in this beautiful carved corner cabinet. Every detail reveals the touch of a talented craftsman, from the curved bonnet to lattice etched details inside each panel and the delicately carved flowers trailing the sides.
Beautiful and stately, this large bow-front corner cupboard is a wonderful example of Swedish folk art and craftsmanship from the early 1800's. The lovely original hand-painted panels of gray with large flourishes are often referred to as rosemaling
European country charm eminates from this painted corner cabinet, but there is a touch lighthearted whimsy as well. While the carved diamond (seen on the lower cabinet door) was a traditional element in Scandinavian antiques, this unique corner cupboard has hand-carved touches everywhere you gaze.
Corner cabinets were used throughout the 1800s to create additional storage space prior to the years of built-in closets & cupboards. This is a perfect example of one crafted during that era, while a later owner decided to update it with the painted finish you see today.
It is the detailed carving in every section of this oak corner cabinet that captures one's attention. From the paneled doors, drawer, decorative top and even canted sides reveal the craftsmanship in this unique corner cupboard. The gray painted finish is newer, accenting the Swedish styling.
There is a charisma to this corner cabinet that is difficult to describe. It is large, with simple lines yet it has great character. The black painted finish has been scraped and distressed in such a way that it invites you to touch it.
Note the graceful carved details in each panel, including the canted sides of this lovely corner cabinet. The rich patina of the natural oak has deepend over time, as this beautifully hand-crafted corner cupboard was built in the early 1800's.
Made in three sections with a single drawer and three cupboards supported by barley twist columns.
This charming hand-painted Swedish corner cupboard still maintains its original paint, with deep dark green panels & a traditional background in earth-toned colors with reddish base. The traditional folk art style of the period was to paint a faux wood-grain finish seen here.
Antique carved oak corner cabinet in 2 parts, from Norway. The upper section is a single mirrored door flanked by braided rope crving while the bottom cabinet has 2 carved paneled doors.
The graceful appeal of this narrow pine corner cabinet is in the gentle curve of the bow-front doors and the charm of the natural pine itself. It is built in two sections making moving and installation an easy task.
Rustic country pine corner cabinet with two narrow doors with an old green paint finish.
This bow front corner cabinet has lovely carved details along the crown and decorative medallion accents as well.
Matched pair of carved, glass front pine corner cabinets with a painted interior and fixed shelves. The price is for the pair.