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Mahogany Sideboards and Buffets

Use sideboards and buffets in your dining room to provide extra storage solutions for items such as bar and wine glasses, fine china and other belongings or use them as extra counter space, allowing guests to serve themselves for buffet-style dining. A versatile piece of furniture, buffets have several uses and are a worthwhile addition to any dining space.


There aren’t a lot of differences between sideboards and buffets; really, it’s all how in the way that you use them. Sideboards are more commonly used in the living room. If you’re in search of a sideboard to perhaps be used as a media stand or as extra “counter” room in your kitchen, you may want to select a type that has ample drawer space. This gives you room to stow electronics and other accessories.


A buffet is the piece of furniture that you would use in the dining room, even though many buffets and sideboards are interchangeable. For use as a buffet, you may want a piece that you can easily use as a bar top, or a hutch/cabinet where you can store glasses, china, and other items. A buffet may have cabinet doors as opposed to drawers, with display glass, so guests can see stored items for show.

Wood Tones

You’ll want your buffet or sideboard to complement the colour palette already existing in your dining room. are often a good choice. The rich, deep colour blends in flawlessly with your current furniture. Other wood and natural options include dark wood tone mahogany sideboards and buffets, teak, and naturally-coloured wood.

Other Colours

If you’d like another colour to match your dining room (or living room) furniture beyond a wood tone, there are certainly sideboards and buffets with other finishes. Look for furniture pieces with a black or white finish or if you prefer to keep a wood stain, opt for an espresso colour.

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