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Bedroom cabinet










Image Number 7 for United States Patent #4505078.

A bedroom cabinet having a floor area at least approximately equal to an area of a bed and a height such that a user can erect the upper half of his body on the bed. This cabinet is composed of two layers, that is, an outer casing and an inner casing, the outer casing being divided into an upper casing and a lower casing, and a recess serving as an accommodating shelf for electric devices and a user's belongings is provided in the side wall of the inner casing so as to be projected outwardly. This projection of the recess is projected into a clearance between the outer casing and the inner casing, and the projection of the recess is formed so as not to be further projected from the outer periphery of the outer casing, the clearance being used as a wiring passage for electric devices and as vent passage for ventilation.








 
 
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