Cabinets are pieces of furniture made of wood or metal that are used for storing various items. They are often located in kitchens and bathrooms and many have shelves and doors. Kitchen cabinets are used for storing plates, bowls, cups, and other kitchen accessories, while bathroom cabinets may be used for storing towels and toiletries.
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Built-in bookcases are permanently installed and can add a lot of character to a room. This home office features a desk and cabinets connected to a wall of light wood built-in bookcases for storing and displaying books, photos, and other items.
Upgrading the hardware on your kitchen or bathroom cabinets can go a long way toward adding style to your home. An amazing variety of styles, shapes, and finishes are available for drawer pulls and door handles.
The look of cabinetry can be easily updated with a change in hardware like cabinet knobs and drawer pulls. These three cabinet knobs in gold, bronze, and black metal can be used on drawers or cabinets in the kitchen or bathroom.
The right furniture is a necessary part of any home office. Home office furniture includes desks, chairs, filing and storage cabinets, shelving, desktop organizer, and more.
A bright, spacious kitchen features a smooth, white laminate kitchen countertop. The cabinets match the countertop, giving the interior of this kitchen a contemporary feel. Large windows and recessed lighting add to the brightness of this room.
Proper casework is an important part of any laboratory setting. Laboratory casework includes base, wall, storage, and supply cabinets, and can be made from wood, plastic, or stainless steel.
A row of unfinished chairs, made of maple, are arranged in a dramatic row. Create your own look for a fraction of the price by buying and finishing unfinished furniture.
A man wearing glasses runs his hands over an unfinished piece of wood, envisioning the furniture he will create. Furniture construction is an art and a science that requires the right balance of creativity, tools, and knowledge.
A Post Office custodian in suburban Chicago has returned a World War II letter he recently found while moving storage cabinets to the son of the soldier who wrote it in 1944 from France.
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