Timber Display Cabinets

Timber cabinets provide both storage and display for your desired items. From carved corner cabinets to white-washed French armoires, you will be able to find all sorts of cabinets to best suit your decor and show off your collections and possessions.

Antique Timber Display Cabinets

Antique cabinets and cupboards are a great way to capture the romance and glory of bygone days. China cabinets were very popular in the 19th and early 20th centuries, and were delicate pieces carved from lustrous timber, such as rosewood. Prized pieces of china, such as crystal glassware and special occasion teapots and tea sets, were both protected and displayed. Bric-a-brac and knickknacks can be placed on show, and lockable glass doors help to keep dust and little fingers at bay.

Timber Bookcases and TV Stands

Modern timber units often incorporate TV and entertainment units with bookshelves and display stands, allowing you to place items as you desire. Shelves at the base allow space for DVD players and entertainment accessories, and in-built cupboards mean wires and cords can be stored away without visible tangles and mess. On either side, there may be shelving for you to showcase your DVD collection, or place speakers or a carefully curated selection of ornaments to add to the decor of your room. This is a great way to make a feature of a wall and have your favourite items both on display and easy to access.

Timber Armoires

The French armoire is both imposing and romantic. A large, sturdy cupboard featuring carved detailing and often painted white, the armoire offers versatile storage solutions and maximum style. Wire front armoires can be great for showcasing either kitchen items or storing linen. The wire feature ensures plenty of airflow will still be achieved, so your linens won't go musty. Glass front armoires are a little more formal and a great way to show off your collector's items or chinaware.

Timber Buffets and Hutch Dressers

The buffet and hutch dresser is a kitchen item with a long history, featuring closed cupboards topped with open shelves or display cupboards above. Traditionally, the shelves stored plates, glasses, candlesticks and other table necessities. The drawers and cupboards beneath were used to house cutlery, linen and larger, or more unsightly, items. Both functional and good looking, they make a lovely addition to the dining or kitchen area.