You would ALWAYS have to keep your dishes clean...and when you have parties (where people could come & see your home) most of the dishes would be in use...But I love the lighting inside...much easier than an extra china cabinet taking up wall/window space in the dining room.
Especially famous is the wall built between 220-206,by the first emperor of China Qin Shi Huang.Little of that remains.The great was has been rebuilt, maintained,and enhanced. The majority of the existing wall was built during the Ming Dynasty,
Traditional style kitchen features wall to wall gray built-in cabinetry framing glass front china cabinets adorned with brushed nickel hardware. A gray cabinet front two door fridge stands adjacent to the built-in cabinets across from a gray kitchen island fitted with under counter refrigerator drawer finished with a gray and white quartzite countertop illuminated by a trio of ivory pleated drum shade pendants.