florist's display cabinet used as built-in in dining room of remodeled 1909 Craftsman
Photo: Josh Gibson
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Dining Room

Next, we had to deal with a 10-foot-long salvaged display cabinet that sat out on the porch, since it wouldn't fit through any door. We had bought it before closing on the house, enchanted by its glass doors and unusual history. So my husband, John, cut it in half lengthwise, dragged the pieces inside, and reassembled them in the dining room as a built-in. It was originally a local florist’s display cabinet but now keeps plates, cups, and bowls within easy reach.
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