This cabinet has decoration on all four sides so the owner could place it anywhere. It uses tambour doors to save space; these doors consist of thin strips of wood attached to a flexible backing and slide back to reveal the interior. Inside, the cabinet has two sets of drawers and a marble lined shelf that would have held a chamber pot. The drawer on the right side once contained writing materials: a gilt bronze inkpot, a pot for sand, and a sponge box. The cabinet’s small size and varied storage spaces allow it to support the assortment of tasks a person would do in a bedroom, where people frequently conducted business and received guests during this time.