Furniture. Thursday , October 05th , 2017 - 15:27:42 PM
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.
Initially, a credenza used to be a furniture piece on which food that needed to be tested for poison was kept. This was a ritual done before serving important people and aristocrats. Back then, the credenza had no legs. More modern designs such as the one for the Blade Credenza, show a few design transformations. This one has large doors made from a single board of elm wood and brass door pulls. It sits on a steel frame plated in antique brass and this offers it a slim figure.
Bobo’s curved vintage credenza has hatch-like doors and a riveted, industrial finish. While this model sports wine racks inside, it would also be perfect for a masculine office.
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