A large buffet like this can handle your entire Thanksgiving spread. Just make sure the size of your buffet does not overwhelm the room or the dining table.
This credenza has been repurposed to serve as a bar, and the original spirit of the smorgasboard lives on!
This dining room has a Mission-meets-Japan style, and the beautiful custom buffet floats above the floor at serving height.
An antique buffet fits into this eclectic mix of mid-century modern and contemporary pieces. Well-designed pieces made of beautiful woods almost always have the power to fit right in anywhere.
Without the mirrored doors, this piece might appear to clunky in this dining room. However, it works perfectly with the mirrored wall behind it.
A coat of glossy paint or lacquer paired with the right hardware can update the most tired of pieces. This buffet when from garage sale reject to total showstopper with a few simple moves.
This buffet is styled in the way Louis XVI would have loved. It displays treasured china and gets a dose of symmetry and importance from the tall table lamps on either end.
This console piece adds mid-century modern style to the dining room.
This tall buffet has lots of room for storing linens, serving pieces and china, and room on top to display a sailboat model.
This built-in buffet is perfect for minimalists. It adds a strong horizontal line to the room and provides storage for stashing the stuff.
Imagine how odd this window height would look without the buffet table. It is the perfect scale for the room.
If space is at a premium in your dining room, consider a round table. This beautiful pedestal table leaves plenty of room at the other end for a buffet.
This long console adds a touch of Asian style to the eclectic mix.
This butler's pantry style wall of built-ins is a good alternative to a free-standing buffet.
This lovely built-in piece cleverly includes a serving window directly into the kitchen.