The four door cupboard, or meuble deux-corps, dates back to the 16th C up until today. Its is a tall piece of furnture in two separate parts, one placed above the other, with two lower doors and two upper doors. The upper doors can be full or glazed. The cupboard can be found in both indigenous and exotic woods, either richly carved or sober, depending upon the style of the period. The antique four-door cupboard is an attractive and useful piece of furniture in the modern home, being both decorative and providing much storage room.