Pep and vitamin buffet
Deco Crush Color, style and a good dose of light! All the ingredients are brought together in this buffet to give character and character to your space. We especially like its little baroque side and the total yellow look that warms and brightens.
A rounded buffet
Charlotte Perriand Let yourself be captivated by the enveloping and refined forms of this buffet created by the architect and designer Charlotte Perriand. Between retro spirit and renewal, we love it!
Vintage retro version
Lisa Keome You want to place your living room under the sign of the fifties decoration? Good news, the teak sideboard signed Galerie 1962 will give your living space a little retro vintage feel like no other. An original way to bring fantasy into your living room.
Scandinavian sideboard buffet
Highslide Js For a minimalist style made of sober colors, clean lines and noble materials we opt without further delay for this nice current and modern buffet. Its shape, a nod to the Scandinavian rows, will naturally find its place in the great outdoors.
Lisa Keome Did you think the old fashioned and outdated Formica? Think again ! Favorite furniture for housewives of the 60s, it is back in force in our interiors and is installed permanently in the decor. And you, will you succumb?
Halifax For a contemporary interior we opt without further delay for this sublime buffet in white mahogany wood signed Halifax. Its advantages ? It combines the quaint charm of the countryside with the flair of the coast. Guaranteed result!
CBC Meubles In this living room, we opted for a high sideboard with glass doors. It gives this interior a chic and classic style while lightness. The marriage of lacquer and glass is a success!
Furniture Interior Ideal to camouflage the disorder in our cupboards and put the decorative objects that we want to highlight, the contemporary solid wood buffet Savana is the essential object. It will not leave you indifferent!
Red Editions Favorite for this magnificent buffet signed Red Editions. Inspired by the dresser of the 50s, this veneer and solid oak sideboard has the advantage of offering open and closed storage spaces in variable dimensions. We like the multiple choices of color palette.