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Bonnetiere cupboard

 

bonnetiere

A Louis Philippe style bonnetiere cupboard with adjustable shelves on wooden rack.
The name of this French cupboard comes from the name "bonnet": cap.
According the provinces, this piece of furniture is called "Bonnetière" or "Chapelière" from word "chapeau": hat.
Its narrow shape allows it to find its place easily and its height provides a large storage capacity.

 

Confiturier cupboard

ConfiturierConfiturier

Confiturier cupboard (for the jams) with a removable shelf and a drawer hidden in the molding.

 

confiturier

Confiturier

 

 

The "confiturier" cupboard is a piece of furniture for storing jam jars. It is a perfect piece of furniture to serve to store whatever you want. In the models above, the moldings give it a certain elegance.

 

Display cabinets

 

Display cabinet

Display cabinet in Louis Philippe style,
a curiosity cabinet in smal size.

 

Picardy display cabinet

Display cabinet with sculptures on the doors on top and at the bottom.

 

Display cabinet

Display cabinet in ceruse wood

 

Dressing table

Dressing-table

Dressing-table in cherry wood,
rectangular swivel mirror, 2 drawers, porcelain knobs.

 

Dressing-table

 

Trunks

 

chest

A solid wooden trunk of great dimensions, the top is slightly rounded,
side wooden handles.

 

chest

Coffre teinte

A studded version for this storage trunk.

malle

A large wooden trunk, with the natural color of wood.
The slightly domed top, remind us the charm of the antique trunks.
Can you imagine what you will store?