The sideboard, also known as a buffet, was traditionally utilised in the dining room to display dishes that were due to be served to guests. While the table top would be utilised as a display, the cupboards and drawers underneath were used to store items that servers would need to handle throughout dinner service, including crockery, glasses and table linen. Whilst you may not be having weekly soirees and formal dinners to ensure your sideboard fulfils these traditional duties, the sideboard can be used to provide the daily storage that every home needs. The sideboard is an extremely versatile furniture item. No longer restricted to the dining room, our oak sideboards have been used in hallways, lounges, dining rooms and even bedrooms thanks to their excellent storage capacity. Our oak sideboard designs not only supply the storage required to maximise space within your home. They have a history that makes them truly unique furniture additions. Browse our oak sideboard range now to discover the perfect sideboard for you.