Glass fronted / Display or Drinks Cabinet, Cocktail Cabinet, Linen Cupboard
Glass fronted / Display or Drinks Cabinet, Cocktail Cabinet, Linen Cupboard
Glass fronted / Display or Drinks Cabinet, Cocktail Cabinet, Linen Cupboard
Glass fronted / Display or Drinks Cabinet, Cocktail Cabinet, Linen Cupboard
Glass fronted / Display or Drinks Cabinet, Cocktail Cabinet, Linen Cupboard
Glass fronted / Display or Drinks Cabinet, Cocktail Cabinet, Linen Cupboard
Glass fronted / Display or Drinks Cabinet, Cocktail Cabinet, Linen Cupboard
Glass fronted / Display or Drinks Cabinet, Cocktail Cabinet, Linen Cupboard
Glass fronted / Display or Drinks Cabinet, Cocktail Cabinet, Linen Cupboard
Glass fronted / Display or Drinks Cabinet, Cocktail Cabinet, Linen Cupboard
Loulou Rose Originals

Glass fronted / Display or Drinks Cabinet, Cocktail Cabinet, Linen Cupboard

Regular price £545.00 £0.00 Unit price per
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This lovely glass fronted cabinet is now ready for its new life as a display or drinks cabinet. It's a beautiful vintage piece with its original stained glass still in tact. It has seen some life and has had a little bit of TLC. It is a little warped in places, including the top, but it is solid and has many years of life left to give. Vibrant velvet hummingbird fabric has been used on the back panel to tie in all the gorgeous colours in the glass and a new LED internal light has also been added to add a touch of glamour.

There is a new toughened glass internal shelf with plenty of space for bottles and glasses or this could equally be a perfect linen cupboard or bathroom storage unit. There is also a drawer above the glass fronted area. The original key works and all the hardware has been painted silver.

Width - 76 cm
Depth - 36 cm
Height - 127 cm

All my work is refinished with great care and attention to detail using the best quality furniture paints which are as environmentally friendly as possible. My pieces are all antique, vintage and always pre-loved and therefore may show minor signs of their past life with the occasional dent or ding. Major imperfections are always repaired, but I believe small marks show the piece's history and add to its charm. Any signs of historic woodworm are treated as a matter of course.