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.
Unique to this gustavian chest of 3 drawers is the distinctive carving along the top drawer, once known as a “meander” (a decorative border made from a continuous line), more commonly referred to as a “Greek key” today.
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.
The deep, bluish gray paint on this side table is all original, but look closely at the detailed photos to appreciate the layers and variations to the color which add character to this small table. The top has been left natural, made from 3 strong planks of oak wood.
One can imagine sitting outside a cafe sipping Swedish coffee at this delightful bistro table. The reproduction vintage black cast iron base has a reclaimed old wood top which has been left natural, as we found it in Europe.
One can imagine sitting outside a cafe sipping Swedish coffee at this delightful bistro table. The reproduction cast iron base is accented with a wood top made from old, reclaimed wood which has been left natural, as we found it in Europe.
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.
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.
This classic pair of demilune tables are made of dark mahogany rest upon turned legs.
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.
Elegant and refined, this matching pair of Swedish cabinets have been given a black painted finish, with the flowerettes and feet painted gold as a striking contrast.
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.
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.
Beautiful and versatile, this painted Chinese lacquered cabinet has a lovely aged patina with hints of lighter red and amber beneath a time worn, dark red paint whispering of years gone by. The lacquered finish is highly polished giving the paint incredible depth.
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
The superb quality of this piece is largely due to the exceptional lacquered finish over the original deep red paint which brings the piece to life.A versatile piece - it can be used as a sideboard,night stand or even tv stand.
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.
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.
The elaborate carving that surrounds the arched panels adds decorative as well as architectural interest to this large German trunk, also called a coffer. Trunks and coffers were the storage of the day, while coffers usually had locks to protect something of personal value inside.
While blue was a traditional paint color used in Swedish antiques and cabinetry, it can be difficult to find original painted pieces due to their ongoing popularity. This lovely pine sideboard is special find due to the original blue painted finish and its unique, taller height.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.