Round-corner cabinets are named so because the corners of the cabinet’s cap are round rather than square, and posts are also almost cylindrical. The two front posts are splayed, looking like a trapezoid. The design looks straight and steady. Round-corner cabinets of middle size are mostly called “bookcases” used as a piece of furniture in studies, mainly for collecting books.
This Tieli wood round-corner cabinet is of regular shape and structure, which is very representative. There is no central removable stile between the two doors. There is no ridden compartment at the bottom; instead there is a lowered center arch-shaped apron beneath the bottom doorjamb, and both ends are curled inward. The making process of this cabinet is rigorous, with high-cost materials. It features solid boards on four sides, which is a very precise structure. The overall cabinet looks bright, succinct, and pretty as well.