china cabinet

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Noun1.china cabinet - a cabinet (usually with glass doors) for storing and displaying chinachina cabinet - a cabinet (usually with glass doors) for storing and displaying china
cabinet - a piece of furniture resembling a cupboard with doors and shelves and drawers; for storage or display
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I still have the curved glass china cabinet they brought with them from Nebraska by covered wagon.
The china cabinet and dining table destined for Malacaaang In the "Heiresses Homes" department is a set of furniture once destined for Malacaaang but which never made it because it was considered too lavish to be politically correct.
There is no reason why a china cabinet should be reserved for storage china in the dining room.
The miniature porcelain cups sitting in the china cabinet of our dining room have long been my favorites.
The apartment has a wellproportioned reception room with decorative coving and panelling, fireplace and hearth, built-in china cabinet and drawers, while the breakfast kitchen has been refitted with a natural wood-effect fronted range of wall and base units with granite work surfaces, and a range of integrated appliances including induction hob, oven, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and washing machine.
Keep them in a glass case or china cabinet to prevent them from getting dusty.
What was meant to be a china cabinet was the most interesting of all due to being able to see the contents beyond the closed glass doors.
Host a tutorial on how to make a potting bench from scratch or from repurposed furniture, like an old china cabinet, as described below.
And Low Fell's Kathleen Huntley has the proof - with a 51-year-old bun taking pride of place in her china cabinet.
In a tight dining room, you need a serving side board, table and chairs--no china cabinet. Repurpose that piece of furniture for another room.
With the living room, dining room and kitchen being one open area, we were able to use our furniture to create "rooms." To separate the living area from the kitchen, we placed our full-sized china cabinet back-to-back with a 7-foot-tall metal kitchen shelf.

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