An 18th century cupboard was used for convenient storage or to display prized objects. Wealthier families matched their cupboard or hutch to the home's architectural accents.
With a Martin's cupboard or hutch, not much has changed between the 18th century and today. We use similar
manufacturing techniques, including dovetailing on drawers and hand-rubbed finishing. We enhance these techniques
with precision machining. But its as sturdy and timeless today as it was then.
Hanging cupboards, hutches and freestanding cupboards can have an open or closed front. Choose from Shaker, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania German or other styles reflective of the 18th century but still useful today.
For storing or for showing, a Martin's cupboard is a solid choice.