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Width: 180 cm
Height: 103 cm
Depth: 57 cm
Perfect if you are searching for a 65cm deep cabinet with doors. PLATSA Cabinet with doors and drawers, white/Sannidal white, 180x57x103 cm Fits suitably under a sloping ceiling or a staircase. It’s easy to adapt PLATSA storage combinations according to your needs by simply adding (or removing) frames, doors, interiors, exteriors, feet or suspension rails. Purchase from IKEA.
Width: 13 cm
Height: 58 cm
Length: 56 cm
Suitable for a space 65 cm deep. As well as space to keep products, cosmetics, toiletries and more safely stored inside, it comes with two small outer mirrors for easily getting ready. Adjustable inner shelf to hold products of different sizes, with bottom shelf for easy access to what you need. An everyday spot to get ready starts with this bathroom cabinet from kleankin. From Aosom UK.
Width: 119 cm
Height: 190 cm
Depth: 59 cm
Hall CabinetHall CabinetHall Cabinet Hall Cabinet Boxing Day Hall Cabinet Hall Cabinet Gallery Direct Vernio two-door Cocktail Cabinet. Ideal as a 65cm deep cabinet with doors. Buy at Choice Furniture Superstore.
Width: 240 cm
Height: 133 cm
Depth: 57 cm
It’s easy to adapt PLATSA storage combinations according to your needs by simply adding (or removing) frames, doors, interiors, exteriors, feet or suspension rails. white/SANNIDAL white 240x57x133 cm. PLATSA Cabinet with doors and drawers. Knobs and handles are sold separately. Buy at IKEA.
Width: 69 cm
Height: 216 cm
Depth: 60 cm
and is complemented with solid 25mm oak shelves and solid oak wine racks, cutlery drawers, trays and chopping boards. The expertly crafted quality kitchen cabinets found within this collection can all be used freestanding or fitted. Buy from Choice Furniture Superstore.
Width: 70 cm
Height: 86 cm
Depth: 60 cm
and is complemented with solid 25mm oak shelves and solid oak wine racks, cutlery drawers, trays and chopping boards. The expertly crafted quality kitchen cabinets found within this collection can all be used freestanding or fitted. Shop now at Choice Furniture Superstore.
Width: 113 cm
Height: 212 cm
Depth: 65 cm
The Linear Design Is Enriched By The Refined Details And Contrast Offered By The Gilded Inlays To Create Noble Environments In A Welcoming Home, Elegant And Refined Home.the Modigliani Concept Encloses In A Single Collection The Greatness Of Style And The Harmony Of Shapes,under The Banner Of 100% Certified Made In Italy Design, As A Guarantee Of An Original And Quality Product. Buy it from Choice Furniture Superstore.
Width: 69 cm
Height: 216 cm
Depth: 60 cm
and is complemented with solid 25mm oak shelves and solid oak wine racks, cutlery drawers, trays and chopping boards. The expertly crafted quality kitchen cabinets found within this collection can all be used freestanding or fitted. At Choice Furniture Superstore.
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If you can choose between different colours for a cabinet with doors that fits your space and budget, it is useful to know how different colours work together. The two main things to consider when it comes to colours is balance and associations. Balance means that the colours in one's room should ideally be coordinated, so that it looks like a unit. This can be achieved by using a colour wheel, and choosing colours that are either quite close to each other (as colours that are only different in lightness or intensity always go together, but slight variations in tone or hue can also work), or relatively far or on different thirds (for example, cyan-orange-purple). Other colour combinations are likely be somewhat jarring because of how our eyes and brains understand colour. Associations with and emotions connected to colours are equally important, and there are many guides for these from those by 19th-century Impressionist painters to modern interior design guides. It is quite probable that these emotions are cultural and learnt, which means that they can be very different in different cultures or just for different people. Blue is often connected to productivity, but also calmness, stability and even sadness. Green is undoubtedly the colour of nature, and is said to evoke safety, luck and envy (though in other cultures envy is yellow instead). Pink is considered to evoke kindness, nurturing, romance and calmness, but it was the choice for masculine clothing over many decades. Red is thought of as the colour of friendship, willpower, leadership, desire and revenge - a very wide range of feelings. But it is clear that in nature, it means danger and importance, so it should be put next to a calm colour to allow the eye to rest. These associations are so varied that these guidelines seem to boil down to just this: pause and think what the colour means for you.
In order for a cabinet with doors to be usable, it needs more space on the floorplan than just its size alone. One needs to be able to access it and stand in front of it to get to the books and other items stored on a cabinet with doors, and if it has doors, they need to be able to be opened fully. In general, you should leave 40-60 cm in front of a cabinet with doors for access. This means, for example, that a cabinet with doors that is 65 cm deep needs at least 105 cm space. The good news is that this extra room does not need to be exclusive: access spaces of two or more pieces of furniture can overlap as long as this is not expected to lead to people bumping into each other in, for example, an office.
Old Pewter Part 4
It is ordained by consent to ye hail brethren, that each member shall have one stamp of their owne and present ye same yor to ye house betwixt this and the 2d of February, to ye effect, everie one's work may be known, and that under ye pain of Three Pounds Scots per piece. Whereupon this act is made."
The distinguishing mark of Scotch thistle is the pewter, which has in addition the smaller marks, like hall-marks, and sometimes the maker's name besides. Notwithstanding the fine of " Three Pounds Scots," much pewter is entirely unmarked, and one has to rely largely on its characteristic shape to identify it.
The English tankard in the same Figure, 294, is the shape with which we are most familiar. The lid is cone-shaped, showing that it was not one of the very early pieces, in which case it would have been flat.
The thick dish with handles is a nice piece. It is to be filled with hot water to keep a meal warm. A little slide in the top of the dish can be taken out, and slipped back when the under part is filled. A pewter spoon lies beside it, and gruel basin to the right. One of the a housekeeper's yearly duties was to mould a fresh supply of spoons. They were made of soft metal, and con sequently were easily broken or bent. Spoon moulds were metal affairs and not owned by every family. If one was possessed by a village the hardy pioneers thought it was ample. In a certain Massachusetts vil lage a family whose name began with L, to add a touch of elegance to their table furniture, had the spoon mould made with this initial in the die. It did very well for them, but the whole village also had their spoons marked " L," for they promptly borrowed the new "running." mould the first time they needed to make a Consider the confusion which must have ensued at every sewing-bee or husking when individual possessions were to be sorted out!
We want to allow every one of us to live comfortably even if they only have a small space they call home. We search the Internet for thousands of tables, cabinets, bookshelves, storage units, beds, sofabeds and more by size and colour, to find just the right one to go under the stairs to finally get a practical office, or to find that extra long bed that is still narrow enough to squeeze through the bedroom door. From the kitchen to the bedroom, don't live next to furniture - have furniture that lives with you.
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