Introduction to China Cabinets
China cabinets are a stunning piece to have in your home to help display your most prized possessions that are near and dear to your heart. China style cabinets were first designed in England around the end of the 17th century with the intention to use them to display the fine china that was popular during that time. Classic styles and antique china cabinets are still available, but today’s furniture makers have also reinvented classic designs to produce modern china cabinets and hutches. LuxeDecor has a wide selection of classic and modern style cabinets for sale to suit any style or aesthetic.
Different Styles and Types of China Cabinets
No matter what size space you are looking to fill with your modern or vintage cabinet there are many different styles and options available at LuxeDecor. LuxeDecor has a cabinet for sale in every style imaginable. For the traditionalist, there are classic oak china cabinets available as well as glass china cabinet styles. For the modernist, Four Hands produces a wide range of sleek and contemporary black cabinets to bring your china display into the 21st century. Corner cabinets can fill awkward spaces that would otherwise be left empty, and small china cabinets that are shorter can function as a buffet or sideboard. From white china cabinets to black and tobacco, there are endless designs to choose from at LuxeDecor.
Decorating With China Cabinets
China cabinet hutch styles can work in many different rooms in your home from the dining room to the living room. Dining room china cabinets are ideal for displaying fine china, and other precious tableware. Styles with drawers also provide much needed storage below for extra table cloths, placemats, and other accessories for the dining room. Kitchen china cabinets can serve the same function as those meant for the dining room but can also be decorated with knick knacks and other decor elements. If your cabinet has glass doors than decorating the inside will be the focus of your cabinet, however style with solid door can still be decorated. We love using the top of a tall cabinet for baskets, plants, artwork, or oversize vases.