Waiter's station and a cupboard are generally installed in the guest areas of restaurants and bars. The use of such furniture item as a waiter's station provides the best organized storage of cutlery, for example, in specifically designed for this purpose drawers with sections. For dinnerware used for serving tables, utensils and spices, beverages, napkins, tablecloths and much more. Installed in the guest areas waiter's stations are usually compact, and placed on the way of service staff, that allows waiters to deal with current affairs while having a good overview of the guest area. Cupboards are also installed in the guest areas and serve for storing of various tableware and utensils, and can also be used for exposing of different ready meals. Classic cupboards usually have several shelves located beyond the conventional or glass doors, drawers for cutlery and lower shelves, usually used to store heavy and massive dishware. Cupboards and waiter's stations may be manufactured from different types of wood (oak, pine, beech, alder etc.) and other materials, and may have different finishing, including the use of glass, metal, etc. Anyway, the choice is based on the general concept of the guest zone.