Furniture distressing is the act of making a piece look as though it is worn out or antique. This style has become a very popular finish in the industry. Narrow your results here by whether or not you desire a distressed finish.
Sideboards and buffets, sometimes also called servers or console tables, are long narrow pieces of dining room furniture that typically are used to store
china and dining linens. These pieces also function as serving platforms for large buffet style meals. They can be an invaluable addition to any home or
entertaining space by providing additional serving space when areas such as the kitchen counters or the dining table may already be in use. Side boards and
buffets also frequently feature a selection of storage areas such as cabinets and drawers in the same piece, giving them addition utility on top of their
contribution of counter space. Variations of sideboard tables feature specialized storage spaces for wine or liquor, glassware, or dishes. Some pieces
specifically oriented for dishware storage may also include segmented drawers to accommodate storage of silverware as well.
A buffet table can be an anchoring piece of furniture that can complement your dining set and help keep the style of your space cohesive. In terms of
different designs, there are buffets to match nearly any space. We provide options with wood and metal frames, with surfaces in matching materials as well
as glass, granite, and tile options among others. All of these come in styles such as craftsman, traditional, contemporary, rustic, and industrial, and
sizes ranging from an extra long sideboard to match an expansive table to more compact options for cozy spaces.
ATGStores.com carries a very wide selection of sideboards and buffet tables, with nearly 1,000 different options to choose from, so regardless of what
style, size, or material you are looking for, you are sure to find the perfect piece to fit your space. And with ATGStores.com’s free shipping on every
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