This delightful sideboard has been given a white painted finish, adding to its charming French country style. The paint has been gently distressed with a finish that matches the age and softens the finish as well.
Low sideboard of veneered wood with four bypassing doors standing on slanted black tapered legs. This credenza has great presence due to the striking wood that was a style statement of the period and remains a fashion statement today.
This vintage oak sideboard has been bleached giving it a fresh look for today's modern home. The four doors open to reveal interior shelves and simple drawers. At almost 10' long, it will serve well as a buffet, sideboard or console.
It is the lovely carved details and heavily paneled doors that draws one to this French oak sideboard. The bleached finish gives it a fresh and welcoming look for today's modern home and shows off the wonderful grain.
It is the arched paneled doors, scalloped skirt and diamond detail of the drawers that separate this French oak sideboard apart from others. The bleached finish gives it a fresh and welcoming look for today's modern home.
This long sideboard shows off its French style in the panels and lovely details along the skirt and drawers. Carved details include flourishes along the drawers, door panels and cabriolet feet. The bleached finish gives it a fresh and welcoming look for today's modern home.
Impressive carving accents the doors of this Renaissance Revival oak sideboard. The applied carved fox and bird on left door and (likely) pheasant on the right along with oak leaves creates a black forest hunting feel to the piece.
Delightful in every way, this sideboard still maintains its original highly decorative and colorful painted finish in traditional colors of red, blue, green and dark blue with flowers and flourishes throughout
This antique pine shop counter was originally referred to as a “grocer's cabinet” and features 2 side cupboard doors and 3 drawers with porcelain knobs stacked in the center of the counter
Function, form and interior fashion combine in this console table. The eye-catching turquoise blue painted finish is original and has been distressed over generations of use; areas of distress reveal the natural elm wood below which adds character to this sideboard.
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 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.
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.
Made in two parts, this shallow pine cabinet features a wood grain painted finish.
Built to use as behind the counter display and storage for a Danish grocer, the cabinet is one large cabinet with open shelves above and multiple drawers in a variety of sizes below.
Made to display and store dry goods behind a store counter, this one piece cabinet would make a great entertainment center or bookcase. The pine has been painted white and is shown with porcelain knobs.