It is a challenge to find a long sideboard, so discovering one this size is a special find. The paneled drawers, doors and sides add to the clean lines of the buffet. The newer white paint has been distressed, adding both dimension and character to it.
This Gustavian style sideboard or buffet features three slightly bombe front drawers flanked by two large cabinet drawers with carved moldings and an intricate laced apron.
What a fun find! This large gustavian sideboard originally served in a large kitchen, likely in a Swedish country manor house. Each of the 3 doors opens to reveal two upper drawers and a central shelf. The upper rack is used to display dishes and serving platters.
It is unusual to find a pair of sideboards, let alone long ones such as seen in this lovely pair. The gently curved doors and tapered legs add to the grace and charm of this set.
This classic pair of demilune tables are made of dark mahogany rest upon turned legs.
This large oak buffet comes from the Black Forest region, world famous for its hand-carved furniture. Notice the fine detailed carving in the four panel cabinet doors, each portraying curved vines abundant with grape clusters and leaves.
There is an abundance of storage in this tall oak sideboard from England. Made in two sections, the upper part was mostly used as a plate rack with a center storage door and drawer. Below is a series of nine drawers in graduated sizes, each with the original brass pulls.
This large pine cupboard will also serve as a wonderful serving buffet thanks to the marble top of the lower sideboard which allows hot dishes to be placed there. The upper cabinet is flanked by 3 petite corner shelves allowing for display of special decorative items.
There are actually 2 different layers of original blue paint that are revealed through the years of disress in this delightful country cupboard. Where the paint has been completely worn you see the natual pine below.
Highly carved panel doors, turned columns and a mirrored backsplash all add to the impressive appeal of this handsome pine buffet. It is made in two sections, the upper part detaches from the base.
This pine cupboard has decorative elements that make it special, such as the turned column accents and carved crown molding details along the top. This cupboard likely displayed the household china and serving ware in the 1800’s. The cupboard has been given a wax finish.
The beautiful wood has aged gracefully, boasting a lovely rich patina in this French provincial sideboard. Three drawers over three spacious lower cabinet doors allows for excellent storage as a dining room buffet among other uses.
Solid and stately, at 40" tall this oak sideboard also serves well as a buffet. The turned columns, original brass hardware and large bun feet add to its strong presence.
This striking chest of drawers or small console will add a burst of color to any space. The remarkable orange paint is all original, but where it was worn and distressed through years of use the natural elm below is seen, adding dimension and aged character to the piece
Antique Danish sideboard with turned columns separating 3 locking cupboard doors. Each door is carved in relief with a pair of figures under an arch. The case rests on bun feet and is made of solid oak.
This large counter reveals many years of constant use through the extensive wear seen on the original blue paint and the fabulous, distressed top demonstrating it was used often as a work surface. It is the very distress that creates the wonderful, worn character in this truly vintage sideboard.
This antique pine sideboard is a great find due to its length; at 81" long, it can be used as a serving buffet, urban farmhouse kitchen island (it is free-standing, painted white on the back) or even as a double sink in a bathroom.
Known as a "grocer's desk" in Denmark, every country store whether grocer, hardware or pharmacist would have had a pine counter or storage cabinet, often with many small drawers such as you see in this one. This counter is free-standing, making it ideal to serve as a kitchen island in a modern home
Finished on all four sides with panels and multiple drawers, this partially painted and stripped pine counter from Denmark is free standing. This would make a great kitchen island or it could even be used as it was originally intended - as a store counter or desk.
A very versatile piece, this early 19th century sideboard could easily function as a sofa table or buffet. The gloss lacquer finish enhances the dark yellow ocher paint and gives it incredible depth. The three drawers provide the storage needed for a dining room side table or buffet.
Long and narrow, this handsome elm console table has clean straight lines balanced with 7 drawers creating a functional and appealing aesthetic fit for any modern home.
There is something inviting about the aged pine and heavy legs of this old library table from Denmark. Notice the heavy wear along the drawers and mis-matched pulls revealing its constant use as it likely served as work table as well
Early 19th century pine tavern table from Denmark, with four baluster shaped legs and well worn stretchers. There are remnants of old amber colored paint that contrasts nicely with the dark pine construction.
Lovely carving and details accentuate this late 19th century 2 piece oak Vitrine from France. Note the carved details of birds and flourishes between the lower cabinet doors, and above, the tied vines dividing the glazed panels in the doors.
Beautiful antique Swedish cupboard with the original paint. The crown and two upper & lower door panels are covered in traditional folk art floral patterns of the region.
There is a tremendous amount of detail in this exceptional original painted cupboard from Sweden. Hand-painted flourishes abound with garlands of leaves and flowers, and the date of 1820 in the center bonnet
Antique Oak cabinet in 2 sections from Denmark circa 1860-1880.
Country pine cabinet with a shelf above and lower storage below. More shelves could easily be added to the open space above.
Made in two parts, this shallow pine cabinet features a wood grain painted finish.
Utterly stunning, the mahogany glows with life in this classic Danish cabinet. You can visually see the "flame" of the mahogany in each of the 3 drawers in addition to the 2 remarkable paneled cabinet doors.
Antique flame mahogany 2 door cabinet from Denmark, circa 1860-1880. Made in two sections, there are 2 drawers below and 2 doors with a single drawer above. The entire front is covered in an exceptional veneer of book matched flame mahogany.
Large open shelving made in two sections with 24 small drawers and 2 full size drawers.
The deep red color of this Chinese four door cabinet is enhanced by it's highly polished lacquered finish while the dark maroon sides offer a nice contrast and continue the clean modern look of the piece. Where paint was worn down through the years, darker shades of black and wood are revealed.