Buffet Tables & Side Boards

Our beautiful buffet tables and stylish sideboards are providing stunning storage solutions for dining rooms and ... living rooms throughout Australia. Add sophisticated flair to your home decor with fabulously functional buffet tables and sideboards to match your existing furniture from Amart. Read more

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Affordable, Beautiful and Practical Buffet Tables and Sideboards

Practical sideboard and buffet furniture pieces add that element of modern or classic sophistication to dining rooms, living rooms and even eat-in kitchens and outdoor alfresco spaces!

What is a buffet table?

A buffet table is a piece of living room or dining room furniture used for display, storage, and food presentation.

Historically, natural wood buffet tables date back centuries to when the banquet or smorgasbord style of dining was common. The surface was used for placing dishes of food in dining rooms, from which diners filled their plates.

Today, modern buffets are just as likely to be found in living rooms as dining rooms. Within dining rooms, buffet cabinets are used to store:

  • Linen such as tablecloths and placemats
  • Crockery and serving dishes
  • Glassware
  • Alcohol
  • Cutlery and serving utensils.

How To Style A Buffet Table

The surface of a buffet table is the perfect place to display decorative homewares accessories such as vases, lamps and small artificial plants.

In living rooms they are a functional storage furniture piece, aesthetically pleasing with a mirror or wall art hung above and also with decorative accessories placed upon them.

Buffet decorating ideas include clusters of decorative items of different heights, and positioning them loosely together for an effortlessly stylish look.

What is the difference between a buffet table and a sideboard?

While the terms are used interchangeably, strictly speaking a buffet table is used in a dining room whereas a sideboard is used elsewhere in the home, commonly the living room.

With the popularity of outdoor dining at an all-time high in Australia, you’ll now find outdoor buffet tables in alfresco spaces.

Buffet tables are often placed in dining areas of open plan living spaces (therefore a ‘sideboard’ if placed in the living zone of an open plan space) and even in big kitchens with casual dining areas.

How tall is a buffet table?

Buffet tables are designed to be wide and low. They are generally slightly taller than a dining room table, as you can see in the beautiful Amarah dining furniture collection.

Like all living room and dining room furniture you’ll find slight variations in dimensions as the design dictates. Consider the variations between:

  1. The Summit buffet table measuring 720mm tall.
  2. The Silverwood buffet table measuring 800mm tall.
  3. The Normandy buffet table measuring 850mm tall.

Browse our stylish range of buffet tables and sideboards to find the perfect size buffet table or sideboard for your living or dining room.

Does the buffet need to match the dining table?

No! While you could choose a buffet that matches your Amart dining table, you can achieve a casual, eclectic look by choosing a sideboard or buffet table which has similarities but doesn’t match.

The farmhouse or rustic buffet table design of the Normandy buffet table is perfect as a kitchen buffet table and the two-tone finish means it can complement many styles of dining room furniture.

More two-tone and white buffets easily paired with a range of dining suites include the Marseille, Alyssa, Le Franschhoek and the Kota buffet units.