Materials Used: Maple, poplar, maple veneer core plywood, and 1/4″ maple MDF panels

Special Features: This china cabinet is built into a space adjacent to a dining room.  The space was usless due to a sloped wall.  The china cabinet makes use of the space and incorporates the odd wall into the design.  The mission style look contrasts with the more contemporary feel of the home and the crown molding is a direct  reproduction of a cove molding used heavily in Oklahoma City during the 1920’s.  The doors are inset and both the upper and lower storage spaces have adjustable shelving.  The china cabinet has an open counter space to double as a small serving area when entertaining guests.