The decoration of the dining room buffet makes it easier to serve food and drinks. Buffets and sideboards in particular are stylish pieces of furniture that give the dining room a special charm. With the holidays slowly approaching, now is an excellent time for you to get the best sideboard or buffet decoration for your dining room. To find out which one suits your home best, check out our buying guide below.
If you are looking for a buffet or sideboard, consider that the unit should be slightly higher compared to your dining table. The usual height of sideboards is 36 inches. The depth and width of the dining room buffet decoration varies, but you need to make sure that the variant you buy matches the room decoration. If you have a huge dining table, accompanying it with a small or tiny buffet will seem a bit disjointed. The same applies to a small table paired with a large sideboard or buffet table.
When it comes to dining room furniture, you are wrong on the formal side. If you want a traditional or formal buffet or sideboard, you need an enclosed storage space or unit with solid doors. A sideboard with an enclosed storage space is also preferred by homeowners as it eliminates the problem of beautifully displaying stored items. Open shelves look lighter and airier than heavy, closed sideboards. However, you need to organize the saved things and make sure they look good. Since formal china and linen already look incredibly good, getting your sideboard organized and attractive isn’t difficult. If you’re having trouble deciding between the two, consider a unit with glass doors. They are not (visually) as heavy as solid wood doors, but still provide protection for stored items.
Sideboards and buffets are terms that are used interchangeably as they are often the same thing but come in different styles. From classic Georgian and French country styles to urban contemporary styles, you’ll find the style you love that best suits your home. When choosing a particular style, make sure that the device suits your needs. Now that you know the guidelines to consider when shopping for a dining room buffet, let’s take a look at our top picks.
Dining room sideboard from Burgher
The Three Posts Burgher Dining Room Sideboard has an antiquated look. This four-door wooden sideboard lends a casual or formal aesthetic with versatile charm. The distressed details go great with vintage advertising prints. The clear silhouette gives a dining room a subtle flair.
Heurich food buffet
This Andover Mills shoot of a sideboard comes complete with glass doors and a clean finish. The color block pattern gives this three-door buffet a cottage chic that fits effortlessly into dining rooms. You can even use it to add style to your foyer. Top it all off with dazzling art objects and family photos.
This one is full of mid-century inspired style. Constructed of solid hardwood with a wood veneer finish, this unit features easily sliding drawers and open shelving to store everything a wine connoisseur needs, from Cab Sav and Merlot to trays and glasses.
Claude buffet table
Add a touch of elegance to your kitchen or dining room with this contemporary buffet table from Orren Ellis. The glass shelves, solid wood materials and quality construction of this sophisticated buffet table ensure that it serves its purpose and will enhance your space for years to come.
Stacy buffet table
If you’re looking for a buffet table that can act as a focal point in your dining room, then the Statements by J Stacy Buffet Table is for you. Full of character and durable, it will look great anywhere in your dining room, foyer or living room. Just add things you like and you’ve got instant eye candy in your space.
Add a versatile piece of furniture to your entertaining ensemble with this gilded Lorna buffet from Willa Arlo Interiors. It is a trendy server that will bring a beautiful look and clean lines to your well-appointed home. With its dark mango finish and sleek tapered legs, you’re sure to get compliments when you have guests.
This hardwood buffet table with highly polished metal legs adds character to this piece of furniture. It is a rustic and at the same time wild variant of a buffet table. Its metal fittings give it a touch of sophistication perfect for minimalist style dining rooms. Of course there is a guarantee and guarantee of customer satisfaction!
This unique server with rivets and gray finish is a great wine bottle storage solution. It even comes with a low shelf that you can use to store or display additional decoration. Its curved and elongated legs make the entire piece an accent piece of furniture.
For its price, this buffet table offers an enormous amount of storage space that may surprise you. Because all the furniture is raised with its stylish legs, it will appear bright and spacious in your dining room. It is intended to give a country house look. For a natural look, complete with a fruit bowl and a set of shimmering glasses.
The final piece of furniture on our list is another buffet table designed by Orren Ellis. It may be the last, but it’s definitely not the least. With its stunning silhouette, ebony finish and curved front, this piece is one of a kind. It even features a removable glass top for easy replacement and cleaning. It’s the perfect addition to a dining room, regardless of style or appeal.