My gran was a woman of class, taste and style. Her pride and joy were her vintage display cabinets which to this day house her most precious glass homeware.

A trip to my grandmother’s house has left me with a feeling of nostalgia for vintage furniture.

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What makes this item vintage is its long-standing reputation as a statement piece that just doesn’t fade and, instead, gets better with time.  

There is a sense of nostalgia for the home I grew up in, just in its simplicity and timeless decor. 

Do you have these vintage cabinets in your home?

A vintage cabinet has certainly become the statement piece of any dining room/lounge area. It stands out as the ultimate piece for displaying china, serving plates and glassware.

Not only do they provide space for storage, but they also add class to the interior decor of your dining area. 

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Coricraft: Laurel Round Cabinet R26 099

This gorgeous arched Laurel cabinet, made from solid Rubberwood with an Oak veneer, includes glass doors and a set of six drawers. It is stylish looking and the wood gives it that dateless aesthetic. This product is a classic decor piece which would go well contrasted against a wall in your dining room.

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Coricraft: Gibson Cabinet R26 399

A luxurious black number, the Gibson cabinet is made from sustainable mango wood and has glass-fitted doors for a lovely display of your dishes and glassware collection. It is an absolute must-have item for your dining room as dark furniture does well to add character and charm to a space.

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Decofurn: Dewi 4 Door 2 Drawer Sideboard R3 959

My gran also owned one of these; a sideboard makes for the perfect secret crockery and cutlery stash for those special occasions. You can also get the look of this white oak furniture essential to display table-top items such as vases and ornamental sculptures. Or you could try hanging a painting above it to enhance its visual effect.

Also see: Why Interior Designers Are Skipping Overhead Cabinets in 2023 (And Why You Should Too)

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