You've got your everyday dressers and desks down pat. Maybe you even know your way around a chaise or a murphy bed. But what about these tricky furniture names? Do you know what these terms mean? Test yourself!
1. Trundle Bed
A. A bed with slide-out storage panels beneath it.
B. A bed on casters that rolls under another.
C. A bed for children that adjusts in length to accommodate growth spurts.
D. A padded floor mat intended for mid-day, outdoor naps.
A. A cabinet combining a chest with drawers and a bar for hanging.
B. An upholstered, circular stool mean for a dressing area.
C. A cabinet containing shallow shelving to stack shoes.
D. The frame on which one hangs a laundry basket.
A. A portable step stool with two or more risers.
B. A storage cabinet specifically intended to store china and glassware.
C. A cabinet with mesh doors to protect cooling food.
D. A chest of drawers with shelving stacked above.
A. A low seat or stool
B. A lampshade with decorative embroidery or ruffles.
C. A round, padded floor cushion
D. A tall frame intended to hold a houseplant with long, draping branches.
A. A long, narrow stool indented to provide seating in an entryway.
B. A tiered cart on casters.
C. A low sofa without arms.
D. A folding room divider with cubbies to place ornamental objects.
A. An ornamental cut-out above a door frame.
B. A chair with an open arm, exposed structure.
C. A writing desk with a hinged cover that closes.
D. A light fixture that attaches to the wall and holds a bulb with a single arm.
A. A bedside table with three drawers
B. A sofa with three or more seat cushions.
C. A low, round table.
D. The name of a MidCentury sofa manufacturer.
A. A 17th century toilet.
B. A serving tray.
C. A glass display case.
D. A light switch with multiple settings.