60" Circa Buffet
(Multi-Coloured Teak)

This beautiful 60" Circa Dining Buffet by Urban Woodcraft borrows it's design from popular consoles of the 80s. Constructed by our expert artisans with floating and dovetail building methods, these solid wood artisanal pieces make great kitchen storage and dining units. They are built to last and often referred to as heirloom quality. With no veneers and only solid teak planks used in the body of the piece, this dining buffet is sure to attract liven up your room with it's minimal touch of tropical beauty.

60" Brookside Buffet
(Salvaged Espresso)

With its functional, linear design and beautiful rustic finish our Brookside dining buffet is a stylish addition for your home. Beautifully accented with dark antiqued hardware, the buffet has two generous top drawers and double cabinets to keep your cutlery, dishes and glassware tidily stored. We use New Zealand pine, a strong and durable wood that's similar to maple and mahogany in terms of hardness. Every plank is carefully wire-brushed by hand, creating a deep texture that’s as pleasing to the eye as it is to the touch. Our carpenters combine their unique stroke patterns with the natural grain variations to ensure that no two cabinets are alike. They’re designed to breathe, with floating construction that allows planks to naturally expand and contract with humidity changes from season to season. This helps prevent cracking through many years of dining and entertaining in style.

55" Amalfi Buffet
(Salvaged Espresso)

An ancient Greek inspired design finally finds its place in the modern era with this 55" dining buffet. Angled louvers, are used extensively to create a casual but yet functional fee. Overhead, a rectangular wall mirror expands the space. Beautifully accented with antiqued hardware, the buffet has 4 top drawers and double cabinets to keep your cutlery, dishes and glassware tidally stored. We use New Zealand pine, a strong and durable wood that's similar to maple and mahogany in terms of hardness. Every plank is carefully wire-brushed by hand, creating a deep texture that’s as pleasing to the eye as it is to the touch. Our carpenters combine their unique stroke patterns with the natural grain variations to ensure that no two cabinets are alike.