Simple Sideboard Style

When you think about your dining room buffet table, you probably picture it loaded up with food! From pumpkin pie at ... Thanksgiving to appetizers and charcuterie boards for year-round gatherings, sideboards serve you well – but what about when you’re not serving scrumptious snacks? What do you do to decorate then?

The key to keeping your sideboard buffet ready to entertain at a moment’s notice is a minimalistic approach to dining room décor. You don’t want to have to find new homes for all the items on top of the table to serve your guests. This is good news for your dining room design strategy. This means you only need a few items to make your dining room look thoughtful and prove to be functional.

Considering what you’ll want when you are serving friends and family. Maybe a statement bowl or a detailed serving platter that would stand on their own beautifully. Add a vase and maybe a decanter that will be right at home on top of your dining room buffet. These aren’t items that you’ll need to remove when it’s time to put your serving space to use.

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