corner cupboard


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corner cupboard

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At length he rises, throws open the door of a corner cupboard, and refers to a few uncouth chalked strokes on its inner side.
The piano we may ignore, for I knew it to be hired, but there were many dainty pieces, mostly in green wood, a sofa, a corner cupboard, and a most captivating desk, which was so like its owner that it could have sat down at her and dashed off a note.
Besides what I have named, there was not another thing in that great, stone-vaulted, empty chamber but lockfast chests arranged along the wall and a corner cupboard with a padlock.
The furniture of the room was very homely of course-- a few rough chairs and a table, a corner cupboard with their little stock of crockery and delf, a gaudy tea-tray, representing a lady in bright red, walking out with a very blue parasol, a few common, coloured scripture subjects in frames upon the wall and chimney, an old dwarf clothes-press and an eight-day clock, with a few bright saucepans and a kettle, comprised the whole.
She glanced all round the parlour, from the corner cupboard to the good fire in the grate.
Mann as she opened a corner cupboard, and took down a bottle and glass.
Not without reason was it often asserted by the regular frequenters of the Porters, that when the light shone full upon the grain of certain panels, and particularly upon an old corner cupboard of walnut-wood in the bar, you might trace little forests there, and tiny trees like the parent tree, in full umbrageous leaf.
Once more the little room, with its open corner cupboard, and its square-backed chairs, and its angular little staircase leading to the room above, and its three peacock's feathers displayed over the mantelpiece - I remember wondering when I first went in, what that peacock would have thought if he had known what his finery was doomed to come to - fades from before me, and I nod, and sleep.
A front-facing room, it has a sash window with window shutters, moulded ceiling coving, ceiling rose and high skirting boards, as well as a fitted base corner cupboard.
An display of 17th/18th-century oak furniture takes centre stage in the Wedding Marquee, including a late 17th-century cwpwrdd deuddarn (Charles II cabinet on stand) a mid-17th-century back-stool, a Carmarthenshire coffer, an early 19th-century primitive stick chair and an 18th-century corner cupboard from Pembrokeshire.
The breakfast area has a tiled floor, corner church pew seating and a corner cupboard, and this opens directly on to the kitchen, which has tiled flooring, base units with drawers, worksurfaces with glass splashbacks, integrated dishwasher, inset ceramic sink with mixer tap, Rangemaster cooker with five-ring gas hob and electric double oven and grill with chimney-style extractor over, and space for American-style fridge-freezer.