Call it what you will — a credenza, sideboard or buffet. It doesn’t matter what room you put it in, it is a stylish addition to the room that is a handy storage spot for all sorts of items. In a dining room, a buffet can hold dinnerware, while in an office or entryway, a credenza can stash papers, books and other necessities. Whatever style of decor you favor, there are lots of great new credenzas to choose from.
For a stately room, this gilded credenza and mirror from ArtMax is a splendid choice.
A glitzier, art deco style credenza, also from ArtMax, is great for a modern or luxe interior style.
Dark wood and silver come together in an elegant, curved credenza. The dark wood top makes it possible to use silver accessories.
Long, tall legs and rich, dark wood make this AVE credenza a truly handsome piece, suitable for a number of occasions in your home,
A distressed white wash and circular carvings give this credenza from Bella Rustica a substantial feel. The vibe is more casual but it still works with these structured armchairs.
Another distressed option is the one from Bramble the incorporates some open shelving.
Classic Home gives you a credenza that has a more traditional feel, thanks to the windowed doors. The piece is still casual because of the distressed paint finish.
A bolder choice is this green, mirrored credenza that also features a distressed finish. The casual finish tames the shine that a mirrored front usually has.
A more refined finish, even when in a natural color, highlights a mirrored front, making the piece more formal. The level of formality can be played up or down through the type of accessories you use.
Bobo’s curved vintage credenza has hatch-like doors and a riveted, industrial finish. While this model sports wine racks inside, it would also be perfect for a masculine office.
Tall and traditional, this credenza has plenty of storage space and doesn’t take up as wide a berth as many others. Accent lines give this piece from Bramble a more straight-laced look.
Bungalow 5’s Janak cabinet is similar in style, with four doors and ring pulls, but it has a glamorous edge that evokes old Hollywood. The two central doors that protrude add dimension, as does the nailhead design.
Rustic with a touch of Asian — that’s the best way to describe this credenza from Classic Home that sports curved legs, typical of Asian style. The piece includes some open shelving for display.
Try going for a global aesthetic without the Asian twist with this taller credenza from Classic Home. This one could be formal or casual.
The perfect black and white piece, this buffet, also from Creative Coop, features a mango wood and bone inlaid surface.
A leggy model with a zaftig figure from Creative Coop, this sideboard has three large drawers, a distressed white finish, beaded accent lines and ornate pulls.
Gridded doors and an industrial finish makes this sideboard great for many decor styles. This piece from Dovetail Furniture is casual, cool and really functional
Very wide and taller than most, this credenza is imposing. The look is somehow formal and industrial at the same time, thanks to the detailing and the two finishes.
This Tangier Cabinet by Global Views is Moroccan-inspired. The walnut-finished mango wood is inlaid with brass and topped off with a solid brass frame, top and feet.
OK, so maybe this is really a console and not a credenza because it has no storage, but the sliced wood body is too cool to leave out of this collection. It will be a focal piece for sure.
An old-fashioned printer’s cabinet makes a great credenza. This one from Go Home has an eclectic feel and would be great in an office or a family room.
Small spaces need stylish storage and this carved credenza from Gold Leaf Design Group is just the size for a more modest room.
A mid-century modern credenza like this is perfect just about anywhere. The textured front adds a twist and the accessories add glamour.
Another smaller credenza is this one from HT&D, which has beautiful carving on the front of each drawer, highlighting the natural wood finish.
HT&D’s fun zig-zag finish sideboard is whimsical and would add some pop to a family room, kitchen or bedroom,
Exotic and intricate, Indus Design’s credenza evokes faraway places and would be at home in any global style decor.
All wood, all natural — Jeffan’s credenza is rich and rustic.
Light and Living has a tall, modern credenza that sits atop a golden metal base, accented with elegant square pulls.
Small and spare, a mid-century style credenza that is not as long works for an entryway or a small office.
A golden frame and partially mirrored front are a modern and luxe choice for a credenza.
Simple wood, carved into a textured pattern, makes for a gorgeous piece of furniture.
A vintage piece reminiscent of an old library catalogue, Moe’s small credenza is casual.
A similar style is available from Park Hill in a country chic style and larger format.
Noir’s credenza is all wood, accented with molding all the way around the piece.
An extra large credenza from Park Hill is perfect for a country kitchen or large family dining room.
A playful but elegant pattern adorns this modern credenza from Resource Decor.
A curved front, distressed paint, stylish legs and patterned doors all come together for a French antique look in the Ester sideboard by Revelation.
The Leandrew sideboard, also from Revelation, has sliding iron doors and a natural wood finish.
White is always in season when it’s a stylish credenza like this one. Brighten any space with Selamat’s Sydney Mod Pyramids Credenza, which is inspired by Italian 70’s Brutalist architecture and objects.
Prefer a modern style? This modest credenza whispers, doesn’t scream, its geometric elegance.
Wild and printed, this Steven Shell sideboard is not for shrinking violets.The color palette might be neutral but the piece as a whole is definitely not!
Rich, natural wood is always a good choice, and Urbia’s wood lasted credenza is very versatile.
For those with more understated latest, Worlds Away has the Gabriel credenza. Rosewood surrounds a faceted front made from stunning white lacquer.
So many stylish choices — it’s easy to find something that fits your decor. Whatever room you choose to put your credenza in, you’ll find that it is one of the most useful pieces of furniture you own.