Malthouse sideboard from The Kitchen Dresser Company
Pull-out baskets are ideal for storing table linens if you do too much.
New England sideboard from Fired Earth
Simple beech and cherrywood design that comes in four finishes, including Ultramarine Ashes shown.
Liatorp sideboard from Ikea
Glass doors are practical if you want to display your beautiful crockery.
Larkin sideboard from Graham and Green
This wonderful pine unit isn’t what it first appears – it actually comprises three cupboards at the bottom and three drawers at the top.
Coniston sideboard from Debenhams
Powerful oak with Ivory colored gumwood for classic yet elegant look. Shelf at the bottom is a good place to store books of recipes, or pots and pans.
Сhichester buffet from Neptune
Through a rough oak table top, it is a timeless sideboard can be hand-painted in a choice of many colors as you like.
Chester open buffet from furniture Barn
Built from oak with an agreed joint, this unit has a comfortable 20-bottle wine rack in the center.
Orbit sideboard from John Lewis
With a mid-century style and beautiful solid walnut veneer and walnut stained, it is a significant part of the non-stick has two closets and three boxes mounted on neat feet.
Willow narrow cupboard for shabby chic in the House of Fraser
Made from mango wood and veneer with reclaimed pine tops, this buffet is unique.
Ray finds healing from the buffet’s
This design was created by traditional stove Aga. The curved edges and loops are subjected to additional detail to this oak, painted one. Each door hides one internal storage compartment.
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