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A buffet may look like a desk from one side and a fancy chest of drawers from the other, and it can have both of those purposes. A buffet, as part of a hutch, is often used to store dishes, silverware, and baking pans in the kitchen, but, by itself, it can be a storage space for any type or number of objects. Typically, a buffet’s drawers are smaller than those of a typical chest of drawers, which is why it is often used for silverware and napkin storage in a restaurant kitchen setting. At home, a buffet can store silverware and cloth napkins, as well as other items like notebooks and smaller cookbooks.
Buffets sold through Dinette Online come in three different wood finishes – oak, chestnut honey, and java. Standard buffet furniture is made of wood, such as oak typically, and finished. For the lightest finish, our buffet by Intercon is constructed of two different oak woods and has a mission finish. To contrast with the light color finish are the iron hinges on each drawer. Our buffet with the darkest finish, a java finish, is dark enough to appear like mahogany wood. Each buffet set has a combination of drawers and cabinets, all of which are finished the same solid color.
A buffet has a number of uses aside from as a storage cabinet. In some cases, a buffet could be used as a desk, complete with a lamp on top and an area for working, writing, or studying. Or, it can be seen as an addition to a dining room set, particularly if it blends in with the rest of the dining furniture. As Dinette Online has a variety of dining furniture, any of our buffets are sure to match the rest of your dining furniture. As a buffet or a buffet and hutch combination, this piece of dining furniture can be a decorative and functional dining room or kitchen cabinet or can be a desk and additional storage space for the rest of your house.