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Cabinets & Cupboards
Originally, the term cupboard referred to an open-shelved side table used to display dishware, specifically plates, cups, and saucers. These open cupboards typically had one to three display tiers and, at the time, a drawer or multiple drawers. The term cupboard eventually came to refer to furniture used to store dishware or grocery items in a home.
A built-in cupboard is a storage space that is built into the room’s design and is not freestanding or moveable. It’s not the same thing as a cabinet. Houses in the United Kingdom frequently have a built-in cupboard under the stairs.
A linen cupboard is an enclosed recess in a room used to store household linen (e.g., sheets, towels, tablecloths) and other items for storage, usually with shelves or as a free-standing piece of furniture.