The TV cabinet does not actually hold a TV, but is built to house a DVD player, VCR and so forth. I tried to make a crisp, modern design that will not, I hope, ever become dated. In designing the shelves inside I also tried to allow for inevitable changes in technology in the future.
The museum cabinet is on wheels, and the top folds out. The striped arches and the corner pillars reflect the Victorian architecture of the building.
The corner cabinet is made of black walnut, as are the crystal display cabinets.
The bathroom cabinet is my own: it is made of plywood and offcuts.