Dining Room Buffet Technical Specifications

Sep 20th

Dining Room Buffet – If your dining room looks a bit boring and bare, consider investing in a buffet cabinet or dresser. Buffets are traditionally on the sides of a dining room and have several shelves and drawers. Planning, collecting and installing a buffet is quite simple: know your measurements, choose a style and – if you have glass display panels – start decorating your dining room. Before investing in a buffet, you should know the measurements of the dining room and the specifications of the piece of furniture. There is no point in buying a wardrobe or dresser if it cannot fit in the room.

Dining Room Buffet Contemporary
Dining Room Buffet Contemporary

The key measurements for your dining room buffet that you should consider are the width, length, and depth. Most traditional pieces of furniture are much longer than wide or tall. You can find these measurements by using a tape measure, asking the furniture vendor or looking up at the online store. You should also think about the space of the drawer, because even if you can fit the piece in the dining room, the drawers could have to open their entire length. Tables and chairs in the form, for example, could suffer from cramping the room and make it look messy.

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Make sure the style of your dining room buffet suits the existing style of the dining room. A dark and modern room, for example, would be very out of sync with something old or wooden. If the dining room is already traditional and outdated, you may consider moving in a luxury buffet cabinet. Some of the older custom cabinets have glass front panels, intricate carvings or patterns and come in dark wood colors such as deep red and brown. On the other hand, more modern dining rooms could benefit from an elegant and minimalist buffet sideboard. Sideboards are usually shorter than cabinets and have two larger panel cabinets. Most modern dressers come with hidden drawers (no handles) and in some thick shape dressers.

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