Below is with the tambour door up and the tabletop pulled out. The cabinet is oak with an enameled metal tabletop that simply slides out.
The brand is Sellers, and "751 Oyster White" is written on the back of both pieces. This may be the model number, I've no clue.
Below is with the flour sifter in place in the upper left cupboard. The metal container slides out and the top lifts up for refilling. The sifter handle on the bottom turns like a Jack in the Box handle. The bottom right drawer is lined in metal and has a vented metal cover that also slides off for refilling. Naturally there is no actual flour or grain in either one now!
It is really amazing how much quilting stuff this baby can hold! Plus I put things on top and under it so it is really a workhorse. Since I took this pic I have attached a clip-on light to the top rail (cushioned with some felt so as not to mar the wood) and have removed the sifter and put it on top of the cabinet. The idea is to leave the tabletop clear for cutting small projects, trimming, etc. My goal is to utilize this for current projects and everyday supplies and keep the closet as my main storage. Elaine left a dresser/armoire in the room that I am hoping to switch out with a smaller dresser Erica has that I can fit in the closet. It would be very handy to keep my fat quarters and yardage in drawers instead of bins. I would lose a couple of small shelves but think the drawers would be better. I'm off to get some organization done and get to actual quilting. Elaine is waiting for her quilt!