Out and about at the local occasional sales I came upon this uber cool industrial cabinet. It had narrow shelves on the inside so I wasn't quite sure what to do with it. But the price was right and it was in great shape, so I knew I had to buy it. When I got it home I tried it in a few places. But it's final resting place ended up in the kitchen on my counter. It fit my cook books perfectly. And although I'm not much of a cook, to say the least, maybe I would use them more if they were more convenient. Ha! We'll see.....
Looks like my cat Jazzy is kind of fond of the piece, too. She even matches!
It fit perfectly under the cabinets. With a few metal letters, it gives a clue to what it holds inside.
I can't quite make out the emblem on the front. I think it says it's from a Theater Supply Company that was located on Hennepin Ave. in Minneapolis, MN. Now I'm really curious as to what it was used for.
It has great patina. Love that!
And as you can see, the shelves are very narrow.
There's a cute little rusty spring that holds the door open.
And like I said, the shelves fit my cook books perfectly!
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