Kitchen Sideboard and Buffet Cabinets
The buffet is the best center for any party.
Look for a model with a granite or marble surface for easy cleaning at the end of the night.
These sideboards and sideboards for waiters are specially designed to be the perfect piece of furniture for your catering.
For parties wherever you are, find a wheeled model for easy portability.
These sideboards and server buffets have unlimited storage options.
From open shelves to drawers and cupboards, there is plenty of space to store anything.
Glass front models are ideal for displaying glass or glass containers.
Look for drawers for a great place to store silverware for special occasions and additional bedspreads.
Will these buffets and waiter buffets complete my decor? These units are available in a wide variety, and there is no design outline that does not match.
From decorative metal to simple and warm wood and everything in between, they can sit comfortably in a rustic, industrial, antique, or original and modern French setting.
A sideboard or buffet in the kitchen and dining room can be a point of attention that makes the dining room more lively and less boring.
There are several ways you can try to make the sideboard look more in tune with the dining room. You can choose a suitable model, you can also play with colors.
What is clear, a vibrant dining room will make dining more enjoyable. Here are some inspirations for using a sideboard to liven up the dining room at home.
Paint the built-in sideboard or buffet in a different color
The built-in sideboard and buffet are made together with the wall which has a dual function: as a cupboard and a wall that separates the dining room from other rooms.
To give an accent to the dining room, you can paint this sideboard in a color that is quite a contrast to the walls.
For example, a sideboard painted in gray, for a room with white walls.
This accent will be even stronger and more effective if the existing sideboard is in the form of a twin sideboard that flanks the access from the dining room to the next room.
Corner sideboard or buffet for a small dining room
The sideboard and buffet in the dining room are generally large, so it takes up space if it is placed in a space that is not too large.
But that doesn’t mean a tiny dining room can’t be equipped with a sideboard. You can choose the type of sideboard that is angled in shape, making it right for the corner of the dining room.
In order for the room to feel more spacious, the sideboard color choices can be harmonized with the wall.
To give this room an accent, you can install a navy blue or turquoise pendant lamp, as well as a dark set of chairs.
Twin sideboards for framing the windows
For a dining area that is not too large and has a window as the center of attention, you can choose a pair of tall twin sideboards.
With a small width, but the height fills the walls from floor to ceiling, this sideboard will look as handsome as a pillar.
Both will strengthen the position of the window as the center of view in the room.
Sideboard to define a unified dining room and kitchen
The dining room is usually located right next to the kitchen. But not infrequently the two rooms are united, not separated by any walls.
To define individual rooms, a sideboard and buffet can be of great help.
In this example, the high sideboard defines the dining area, while the short sideboard that opens and features cutlery becomes part of the kitchen.
Even though they have the same color, the different postures of the two will make the “transition” from the kitchen to the dining room and vice versa dramatic.
Combining a sideboard with a long seat
It’s a brilliant idea to match a casual dining table and chair set with a built-in sideboard.
The sideboard which is painted white, together with the walls and ceiling, will make the room feel so coherent.
To give an accent, the selected chair has vertical stripes with a charming blend of soft brown and red.
Paint the inside of the sideboard a light color
A sideboard that is painted the same color as the walls and ceiling will make the room feel spacious.
But in order not to be monotonous and boring, there need to be accents of contrasting colors.
Painting the inside of the sideboard a bright, contrasting color is one brilliant way.
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