1930's Oak Twin Drawer Cabinet – AuroraMills.com
We may not have ants in our eyes, but we are definitely crazy about printers cabinets. This handsome devil has that amazing working class art deco era look that we like, with angular wooden handles on its 28 side by side drawers. A nice tall solid oak stack of storage for all your lil' bits. Measures 36.5 x 22.5 x 80.
Slant Top Library Cabinet – AuroraMills.com
Manufactured by the ever reputable Library Bureau - founded by Milton Dewey himself - this cabinet has an interesting profile. Eight deep filing cabinets and a stout frame are all composed of solid oak. A cast brass label identifies it as Library Bureau Sole Makers"
Early 20th Century Mermaid Pendant Chandelier – AuroraMills.com
This beautiful early 20th century chandelier has a unique beauty in both its form and decoration. Five hanging pendant bulbs are suspended from cast bronze mermaids and a central fixture is encased behind a faux alabaster glass shade. Though the manufacturer is unknown, the construction of the piece is very high quality as evidenced by its materials and construction. The fixture was originally installed in the historic (no longer extant) Lloyd Golf Course in Portland, Oregon as part of the…
Mission Style Bookcase : Aurora Mills Architectural Salvage
This simple Mission style 5 shelf bookcase is perfect for a small space. Nothing too fancy, just solid oak construction with a touch of detail in the design. Measures 48 x 10 x 68
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Contents1 20. Mirror Secret Door2 19. Faux Book Case3 18. Hidden Mirror Vault4 17. Anne Frank’s Hidden Bookcase5 16. Bookcase Hidden Door6 15. Staircase Hidden Door7 14. Under the Stairs Hidden Door8 13. Pool Room Hidden Door9 11. Under a Mat Hidden Cellar Hidden Doors and Secret Passageways are always a cool amenity to any …
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thegiftsoflife: ““I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.” Jorge Lius Borges Reading room of the Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, Paris ”