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Welcome to the daily series In Search Of, where we look high and low on Krrb for one-of-a-kind items that we must have now! Today, it’s all about china cabinets.
Queen Mary in the late 17th century was a serious collector of china while living in Holland. She had Dutch craftsmen travel to England to build the first china cabinet so she could display her famous collection of blue and white china. Still both practical and beautiful, china cabinets are transformed by what’s displayed within them. Here are a few of our favorites.
Broyhill Cabinet in Yonkers, New York
This piece features an arch design on the doors and drawer pulls, as well as a floating base design.
Find it on MM914?auto=format′s Corner. $695.
Vintage Hutch in Frederick, Maryland
The open storage on this huge cabinet would inspire anyone to keep an organized kitchen.
Find it on Silk&Burlap’s Corner. $1,898.
Shabby Chic Hutch in Woodbury, New Jersey
A two-piece set includes plenty of storage and chicken-wire detailing.
Find it on Katie’s Corner. $225.
Black Hutch in Alexandria, Virginia
A gorgeous 1950s Drexel bow front china cabinet could be a great fixer-upper project.
Find it on Ainsley’s Corner. $250.
Side-by-Side in Islip, New York
This beautiful mid-19th Century Side-by-Side features original hardware and even uses old skeleton keys.
Find it on Chris M’s Corner. $1,100.
Teak China Cabinet in Spencer, Massachusetts
A classic Mid-Century piece with sliding glass panels for displaying your favorite dishes.
Find it on RanWiz’s Corner. $160.