Top 10 Credenzas for your Dining Area Decoration

In the homes of the well-to-do in Renaissance Italy, no dining area was complete without a credenza— a sturdy sideboard with storage and a place to set dishes. In the mid-20th century, the piece had a renaissance of its own. The clean-lined, elongated new versions, such as Florence Knoll’s 1961 classic, proved to be as functional in the office or living area as they had been near the dinner table. Today we share with you 10 Credenzas that that will improve your dining area. Take a look!

Dining AreaThe mix of materials in this credenza is so appealing! The white lacquer against the oxidized maple makes it an organic feel, but the bronze-capped feet give it a touch of elegance. This piece would fit perfectly in an urban loft.

Dining AreaThis credenza, which is part of a furniture system designed in the 1960s. The configuration can be customized, and the powder-coated metal panels are available in a range of hues.

Dining AreaThis 1968 design features white sliding doors and an olive-wood veneer, and it would be lovely a chic

Dining AreaA midcentury classic designed in 1952, this buffet is being reissued in three sustainable veneers, including santos palisander, shown. This credenza would be great paired with a work of art or a beautiful mirror.

Dining AreaThe handles of this lacquer-and-brass credenza are delicate and architectural—like jewelry. With sliding doors and adjustable interior shelves, the piece offers plenty of storage options.

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Dining AreaThe grain of the wood veneer follows the angles of the façade, and the doors swing down for easy shelf access. The gold-tinted stainless steel base offsets this cabinet’s grand scale.

  • Dining AreaThe pairing of Macassar ebony and stainless steel is eye-catching. The interior storage of the buffet—drawers in the center, shelves on each side—is finished in lavender lacquer. dennismiller.comDining AreaThis whole piece is sleek, from the flush hardware to the slender legs to the interior gray-glass shelves

The design of this credenza is carved onto wooden doors and then clad in a single sheet of brass, which is hand-hammered and polished to perfection. The wooden cabinet is made from oak that’s been ebonized and limed and perched on solid brass legs. Jonathanadler.comSleek with a very cool linear profile, this credenza has the lines simple and slightly boxy. The rich dark matt finish of the rubber that seems to soak up all the light in the room, drawing your eye to this mass of industrial chicness. The geometric bulging drawer and door handles are the only decoration to the piece. It’s truly a chic statement credenza with a rock-and-roll soul.

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