Look at these lovely almost-twin sisters: similar functions and similar forms, but such different personalities! Both ladies are so stately and tall and both waiting to be filled to the brim with a collection of McCoy pottery or perhaps grandma's antique Ironstone. Meanwhile, all the less attractive crockery can be hidden behind the cabinet doors down below. (Not all of grandma's things were the prettiest but solid practicality can't be parted with: solid practicality, after all, is what many grandmas are best known for, mine included.) The whitewashed pine lady (most likely European) stands just above seven feet tall and proud of every inch- no bashful stooping from her. Why be shy when you're so pretty? And yet she conveniently separates into two pieces, so helpful in moving her from place to place. The darker beauty is all-American, serious but the white porcelain knobs add a light, pretty touch. And that darker sheen is all the better to highlight the white porcelain treasures within. Both are available in the shop now. :) UPDATE: The dark pine, American cupboard has SOLD. The whitewashed cupboard is still available.