The rodent-proof chest for herbs, spices, cheese etc. Salted meat in the barrels.
Impossible to prevent invasions of rats and mice so a cat, or a good ratter like a terrier was a necessity. All ranks ate from wooden trestles, removed after the meal. Indoor space was a valuable commodity. The garrison slept in the hall, and servants in the kitchen.
Clothes were stored in one's coffer. Many nobles travelled constantly - to dispense justice and keep an eye on the minions - the coffer ready packed to go.
Armour was kept aired on a perch - a wooden cross - must give one a fright at night!
Cupboards were not used until the eighteen hundreds. Recall Mr Collins in Pride and Prejudice showing off the cupboard (with shelves!) as a novelty.