That unused doorway in your house, through which no member of the family ever passes, may be easily fitted with built-in furniture, which, if constructed separately, would occupy considerable space in the room.

Figures 31-34 show how to build a desk, a linen closet, a service closet, or a combination breakfast table and ironing board. Some of the designs, as in Fig. 33, are adaptable to other pieces, such as a buffet or a china closet.

Figs. 31 and 32 . Two suggestions for utilising those superfluous doorways in old houses which are rarely or never used. Built in furniture of this type has the great advantage of requiring no extra wall space.

Figs. 31 and 32-. Two suggestions for utilising those superfluous doorways in old houses which are rarely or never used. Built-in furniture of this type has the great advantage of requiring no extra wall space.