Pine Sideboards and Buffets
A very versatile piece of furniture, a sideboard or buffet has many uses throughout the house. When you need extra “counter” space in your dining room or kitchen to serve guests, or you need extra cabinet space to store needed kitchen items, a buffet is an excellent idea. Long known for being sturdy and durable, opting for the piece in rustic pine offers you an aesthetically pleasing colour and the assurance that your quality piece is sure to last for many years.Buffets
Buffets for the kitchen and dining room come in several shapes and sizes. Look for kitchen pine sideboards and buffets to give you more counter space in the kitchen. These kitchen buffets may be slightly smaller than their dining room counterparts. Dining room pine sideboards and buffets will most likely be a little longer. This long piece of furniture fits in your dining room, and is low enough for people to comfortably serve themselves, such as during a holiday dinner. Most buffets also offer the option of storage as well, allowing you to keep plates, cups, and other serveware within.Sideboards
Fundamentally, a sideboard and a buffet are the same piece of furniture; where you place this piece of furniture in the home is what gives it its designated name. You’ll find a buffet in a kitchen or dining room; in any other part of the house, this piece is called a sideboard. Great for entryways, foyers, and even as a media console in your living room, a sideboard gives you a lot of counter space on which to place decorative items, as well as storage space.Styles
There are many different styles of sideboards and buffets. For modern or mid-century, credenzas may even be synonymous with the word sideboard. These modern pieces of furniture look wonderful in a room that has a modern feel, for example, Danish modern. You may also find contemporary pine sideboards available with a more colonial look. These are well-suited in your kitchen or dining room.Finishes
Pine is a very versatile wood, and there are many finishes to choose from to complement the existing decor in your room. You can choose unfinished, bare pine for a rustic look, or finishes such as espresso, white, or black to match other furniture. You’ll also find pine with a darker, medium-coloured cherry or mahogany finish.