This primitive pine cabinet has 2 compartments each enclosed behind a simple 2 panel door. The left compartment has 6 shelves, while the right cabinet has 3; though, more can be added. Constructed of sturdy V-groove pine paneling, the exterior of this cabinet is painted white with a strip of black paint running along the base. Each door is equipped with a single pull handle. The right door has a small cabinet latch mounted above the handle. The back of the cabinet is not enclosed as this piece was built-in against a wall prior to salvaging. The bottom left baseboard is missing and will need replacement for the cabinet to stand freely. This piece is in good salvaged condition with scuffing, scratches, dents, gouges, and general wear is present from heavy use over an extended period. A crack has formed above the doors and runs vertically through the center of the cabinet, through the crown molding. With some minor repairs and reinforcing, this cabinet would be great for a bathroom, pantry, wardrobe, shed, or workspace!
This cabinet was salvaged from the historic Fire Station No. 1 in Downtown Roanoke, Virginia. This station was one of the longest continually operating in Virginia; in use from 1907, until 2007, when a replacement facility was opened. This firehouse and items from it are featured on Season 11, Episode 11, of the DIY Network show, "Salvage Dawgs".
Weight: 330 lbs.
Item Measurements: 54.38(L) x 29(W) x 86(H)
As seen on Season 11, Episode 11.