Chippendale Corner Cabinet

Corner cabinets or corner cupboards were most popular from the 1720s to the 1820s, most commonly in the Chippendale and Hepplewhite styles. The overall shape conformed to a few patterns through the period but the specific ornament changed with style and fashion. This one is copied from a Pennsylvania piece dating to about 1770. A popular corner cabinet style is the hanging cupboard, a nice accent for the authentic colonial touch.

A Wide variety of cabinets are available from our shop such as the Chippendale commodes used as night stands, the Chippendale wardrobes for lots of storage or versatility as a media center or computer center, The Arts and Crafts sideboard with the stained glass enclosed TV cabinet on top, chimney cupboards for lots of storage with a small footprint, and, of course, the ubiquitous Shaker work counter.

Dimensions: 56x82x24

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