In this Neoclassic-styled entryway, richly-carved details and gold leaf accents highlight the sideboard and gilded mirror. A pair of buffet lamps and a custom floral arrangement project a flair of timeless elegance.
Designate a food and beverage station using foldout tables covered in basic linen tablecloths to keep the main table clutter-free and allow guests to move about the picnic area. Old rugs also function well as table covers. Style with feathery wreaths, reclaimed wood pieces, favors and fresh flowers.
In a room with pink and white vertical striped wallpaper, a rich wood buffet table with brass hardware is displayed along one wall. Two table lamps are placed at either end of the buffet table while the wall above displays an ornate gold mirror.
A hand-planed buffet table separates the kitchen from the great room in this transitional home. Handmade light sculptures by artist Suzanne Derrer replace traditional lamps, giving the room a whimsical quality.
A small wood buffet table with two doors that open is used to display an orange and red plate and four pillar candles. Designer tip: Resist the urge to cover every square inch of wall space in your room. Too much wall decor can be visually overwhelming.
An enlarged photo of pool water makes up this diptych, serving as a unique piece of framed art which fits the contemporary coastal theme of this dining room. The espresso-stained wood buffet table creates a nice contrast with the bright white walls and complements the various hues of blue.
A buffet table works overtime in this dining room, bringing texture to the space and giving the owners a spot for serving trays. Overhead, floating shelves with a gold finish add some shimmer to the room and showcase plants.
A buffet table is the way to go for open house parties. For this look, combine menswear fabrics in tartan and plaid with feminine touches like roses and sparkling accents. Label each dish with a menswear-inspired printable buffet label.