A sideboard buffet is a mobile used to serve meals, display valuables such as Chinese parts and silver and also as a place to store items. They are usually found in dining rooms. The trimmers can be traced to England in 1770. They had no shelves or cupboards as cupboards that followed. These have gained popularity since its introduction and can be currently found in many styles to complete any decor.
The sideboard buffet, also known as buffets, serves as storage units for display cabinets and, as areas for meals. Typically they have open shelves or glazed over and under cabinets, joined by a flat part used for the service. They are very useful for a meal buffet style. Currently they sometimes serve as entertainment units. Some are equipped with wine racks.
Most sideboard buffet is made of wood. The oak is a popular choice, but can also be found in pine, mahogany and other woods. The trimmers can be utilitarian or ornamental. The ancients were handmade and can be quite expensive. There is a trimmer for every decorating style. An aged pine with finishing milky ink is perfect for the dining room countryside, while a modern home need a bright contemporary finish.