Your Dining room furniture buffet (also known as a sideboard or cabinet) contains cutlery, platter, and other accessories that you use for entertainment. Like other clean, clear spaces in the house, the dining room buffet can easily become a hiding place and base for misplaced entries that have nothing to do with dinner and entertainment. You can hide your supplies in style and see your buffet stay free of plotters while maintaining an aesthetic style – if you know how.
Take everything from the top of your dining buffet and remove some of the inside. Clean the buffet well and give it shine. With these steps, you’ll have a clean, neat surface to organize your supplies. Put your supplies in organization containers made of wood, leather, glass or brass. Go for a mix of textures for a rich look, or stick to a specific style and tone. Put your fun supplies like napkin rings, specialty dishes and barware in individual containers.
Identify specific containers for other consumables as well. This keeps them well hidden. Use baskets to organize the interior of your dinner buffet. This will maximize the space at the top of your dining buffet and allow you to hide supplies both above and below. Add doors at the bottom of your buffet if there are no doors. Doors also maximize space.