furniture. Monday , December 18th , 2017 - 18:22:09 PM
The terms credenza, sideboard, buffet, server and even console are used interchangeably nowadays by both furniture makers and shops. The distinctions between these pieces which were once defining are now mere formalities, often overlooked. Still, some details are still there. The Odessa cabinet is closer to being a sideboard than to anything else. It has elegant, sharp, tapered lines and polished bronze top and sides.
Call it what you will — a credenza, sideboard or buffet. It doesn’t matter what room you put it in, it is a stylish addition to the room that is a handy storage spot for all sorts of items. In a dining room, a buffet can hold dinnerware, while in an office or entryway, a credenza can stash papers, books and other necessities. Whatever style of decor you favor, there are lots of great new credenzas to choose from.
If you’re not ready to commit to a solid room divider designed to stay in place for a very long time or until you decide to renovate, the alternative would be a modular and mobile divider such as the Build system. These modules are sold individually and have quirky geometric shapes. They can be combined in lots of different ways and they can be organized in a lot of funky ways. Use them to build walls that divide your space or use them as standalone pieces. If you’re not happy with the design you can reconfigure it in a few minutes.
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