Dining Room Buffet Table

Dining Room Buffet Table

Sell on Houzz – Learn MoreIf you’re searching for the perfect buffet, think about the following: What size buffet should I consider?Take into account the overall size of the room, the size of your dining table, and the size of any other furniture you have in the space. In general, buffets are large, heavy pieces, so be sure yours balances the room instead of overpowering it. What style sideboard should I choose?Sideboards date back to the 18th century, but today’s selection includes contemporary and modern styles in addition to antiques. When considering a style, take into account the theme that your dining room currently represents and try to find something that will complement it. A splash of bright paint on an antique will create a contemporary edge, or an all-white mid-century piece may add an interesting contrast to a modern table. Choose a buffet with some open shelving if you’d like to keep favorite items accessible and/or on display. For the items that you’d like to keep behind closed doors, cabinetry in glass, frosted glass, finished rubberwood or hand-painted oak are all great options, depending on your needs. Consider sliding cabinet doors to avoid getting in the way of foot traffic. Should I choose a buffet with a wine storage?Cellarets are cabinets in the buffet used for holding wine bottles and decanters and allow the buffet to double as a bar. If you spy a buffet that you love that doesn’t come equipped with a cellaret, simply add a wine rack to get a similar effect. Where else can I use my buffet?Don’t feel like your buffet must be confined to the dining room. Use one as a dresser in the bedroom or for storage space in a home office. Pair one with an oversized mirror or dramatic piece of artwork to play up the drama in a hallway. What should you put in your buffet?Use your buffet for anything that makes serving in the dining room easier. Think dinnerware, glassware, flatware, linens, china, candlesticks, extra salt and pepper shakers, and decorative knickknacks.
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Dining Room Buffet Table

If you’re searching for the perfect buffet, think about the following: What size buffet should I consider?Take into account the overall size of the room, the size of your dining table, and the size of any other furniture you have in the space. In general, buffets are large, heavy pieces, so be sure yours balances the room instead of overpowering it. What style sideboard should I choose?Sideboards date back to the 18th century, but today’s selection includes contemporary and modern styles in addition to antiques. When considering a style, take into account the theme that your dining room currently represents and try to find something that will complement it. A splash of bright paint on an antique will create a contemporary edge, or an all-white mid-century piece may add an interesting contrast to a modern table. Choose a buffet with some open shelving if you’d like to keep favorite items accessible and/or on display. For the items that you’d like to keep behind closed doors, cabinetry in glass, frosted glass, finished rubberwood or hand-painted oak are all great options, depending on your needs. Consider sliding cabinet doors to avoid getting in the way of foot traffic. Should I choose a buffet with a wine storage?Cellarets are cabinets in the buffet used for holding wine bottles and decanters and allow the buffet to double as a bar. If you spy a buffet that you love that doesn’t come equipped with a cellaret, simply add a wine rack to get a similar effect. Where else can I use my buffet?Don’t feel like your buffet must be confined to the dining room. Use one as a dresser in the bedroom or for storage space in a home office. Pair one with an oversized mirror or dramatic piece of artwork to play up the drama in a hallway. What should you put in your buffet?Use your buffet for anything that makes serving in the dining room easier. Think dinnerware, glassware, flatware, linens, china, candlesticks, extra salt and pepper shakers, and decorative knickknacks.
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Dining Room Buffet Table

Add extra storage and style to your home with a buffet table or sideboard from Crate and Barrel. Whether you’ll use it to display art, store dishes and glassware or just to keep your keys and bag at the ready, a choice from our collection makes organizing your space simple. We have a variety of buffet table styles, including sideboards with glass doors, shelf units, buffets with hutches and more. Learn more about the sideboards and buffet tables we offer.Types of Dining Room Storage Furniture We OfferNo matter what type of storage furniture you need, you’ll find it in our selection. We offer:Sideboards—Known for having shorter legs, sideboards are an undeniable statement piece for your dining room. Choose from sideboard cabinets with or without glass doors that swing out or slide side-to-side. Many have drawers for added storage of table linens, candles and other tabletop dining accessories.Buffet Tables—The buffet table is a classic furniture piece for dining rooms. We have buffet tables both with and without hutches. Hutches provide additional vertical space for storing and displaying plates, bowls, glassware and other dinnerware essentials.Cabinets—Highly versatile by nature, our cabinets can be used to store dinnerware as well as books, decorative vases and more. Bakers Rack—Open by design, these storage pieces offer a stylish way to organize plates, dishes, glasses, stemware and other dining essentials. We have bakers racks with and without hutches. Sideboards and buffet tables can be used as individual pieces or as part of dining room furniture collections. In addition to being used in dining rooms, these furniture pieces also make great additions as TV stands in living rooms, cabinets in home offices or organizational pieces in entryways.Styles, Colors and MaterialsWhether you prefer a classic look or a more modern design, you’ll find a furniture piece in our selection. Our sideboards and buffet tables are available in a variety of styles, including traditional, contemporary, mid century modern, rustic and more. Choose from pieces constructed of high-quality woods in light brown, dark brown and black finishes. We also have stylish metal cabinets in black and bronze finishes.Browse our sideboard and buffet table selection. moreless
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Dining Room Buffet Table

Add extra storage and style to your home with a buffet table or sideboard from Crate and Barrel. Whether you’ll use it to display art, store dishes and glassware or just to keep your keys and bag at the ready, a choice from our collection makes organizing your space simple. We have a variety of buffet table styles, including sideboards with glass doors, shelf units, buffets with hutches and more. Learn more about the sideboards and buffet tables we offer.Types of Dining Room Storage Furniture We OfferNo matter what type of storage furniture you need, you’ll find it in our selection. We offer:Sideboards—Known for having shorter legs, sideboards are an undeniable statement piece for your dining room. Choose from sideboard cabinets with or without glass doors that swing out or slide side-to-side. Many have drawers for added storage of table linens, candles and other tabletop dining accessories.Buffet Tables—The buffet table is a classic furniture piece for dining rooms. We have buffet tables both with and without hutches. Hutches provide additional vertical space for storing and displaying plates, bowls, glassware and other dinnerware essentials.Cabinets—Highly versatile by nature, our cabinets can be used to store dinnerware as well as books, decorative vases and more. Bakers Rack—Open by design, these storage pieces offer a stylish way to organize plates, dishes, glasses, stemware and other dining essentials. We have bakers racks with and without hutches. Sideboards and buffet tables can be used as individual pieces or as part of dining room furniture collections. In addition to being used in dining rooms, these furniture pieces also make great additions as TV stands in living rooms, cabinets in home offices or organizational pieces in entryways.Styles, Colors and MaterialsWhether you prefer a classic look or a more modern design, you’ll find a furniture piece in our selection. Our sideboards and buffet tables are available in a variety of styles, including traditional, contemporary, mid century modern, rustic and more. Choose from pieces constructed of high-quality woods in light brown, dark brown and black finishes. We also have stylish metal cabinets in black and bronze finishes.Browse our sideboard and buffet table selection.
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Dining Room Buffet Table

Buffets + Cabinets Have you ever walked into a room in your home and felt like something is missing? Sometimes a furniture arrangement is practically perfect, but you want just one more piece to fill in an empty spot. Whether you’re designing a new space from scratch or adding a few finishing touches, west elm’s furniture is a big help in turning your dream room into a reality. Consoles, buffet tables, cabinets and bookcases all add subtle strokes of style exactly where you need them. Here are some console and buffet table decor ideas to inspire you. Create vignettes throughout the home to express your personality. What are vignettes? In interior decorating, a vignette is an aesthetically pleasing group of items. It’s similar to a centerpiece except there aren’t any limits to the size of the grouping. A vignette can occupy an entire tabletop, or a small corner of the wall. Console tables are ideal canvases for designing and displaying your vignettes. Both the top surface and bottom shelves can hold gorgeous pieces that fit your home’s theme. Want a few vignette tips? Don’t worry, it’s not hard at all. In fact, the right layout depends mostly on what feels right to you. Start by choosing your theme. If you want a beach villa look, choose glass containers with seashells, rope-inspired decor, model ships or even artwork with seaside motifs. Objects can vary a lot in size and still look awesome because of their common thread. For a Tuscan living room, use a rustic console table with natural wood tones and adorn it with old family photos, vintage artwork, classic books and wood or stone decorations. Try to include items of varying heights to fill the spaces in your imaginary photograph. Console tables were born for accent walls. Their wide measurements and distinctive figure naturally grabs your attention. Use contrasting tones for an even stronger effect. For example, in an all-white living room, pick out a chocolate-colored or black console table to really stand out. Or use vibrant wall paint – like dark blue, bright red or tangerine – on a single wall, and place a white console table against it. Decorate with a striking vase or a large painting. Want to add tons of sophistication to your entertainment space? Use a console table underneath your flat-screen TV. It provides space for speakers and media devices of course, but also for elegant decorations that fit the room’s design theme. For a hint of 1920s allure, add some black-and-white accent pieces along with touches of bright metal. Bookcases are great for filling in empty spaces in the living room as well. Generally speaking, symmetrical arrangements are the easiest to work with, but the possibilities are endless since each living room is different. With a bookcase on either side of your accent wall, you can display just about anything you want your guests to see. Each shelf offers room for pictures, decorative objects, books – as decor – and plants. Tall and narrow bookcases take advantage of vertical space really well and are smart for decorating rooms with size limitations. One spot that’s perfect for a console table, bookcase or glass cabinet is the area next to the foot of your staircase. With a wall sconce providing indirect lighting, your console table proudly displays reminders of your family’s heritage, or favorite collection items. On the practical side, it’s also a good spot for your telephone or daily organizer. A catchall gives you a spot to toss your keys after you get home from work. Console tables with drawers hold pieces of jewelry and makeup too; head out the door with calm and confidence in the morning. A wall mirror lets you take one last look at your outfit and makeup before you go. In the dining room, a buffet table makes serving guests easier. When you have guests over, let your counter or island serve as an extension of your dining table . Find chic bar stools from west elm to ensure you always have extra seats available. It also adds a rich culinary air to the room – especially with accent lighting overhead – and gets company in the mood to eat. When the tabletop surface isn’t filled with piping hot and delicious meals, adorn it with fresh flowers to brighten up the space. Cookbooks feel right at home here. Read More

Dining Room Buffet Table

Dining Room Buffet Table
Dining Room Buffet Table