Casual Sideboards are
comfortable, warm, inviting, and
homey. Simple details, textured
elements, and restful horizontal
lines characterize this style.
Rectangular and softly curved
elements contribute to the
casual feel. Casual furniture
is selected for comfort and
utility with less emphasis on
design or design elements.
servers/sideboards server or
sideboard has a tropical theme.
This includes tropical accents
(monkeys, pineapples, palm leaf,
etc.) or tropical materials like
bamboo, wicker or rattan.
Mission/Shaker products have
clean, spare, rectangular lines.
Oak is a popular, but not
exclusive, component of Mission
and Shaker style furniture and
ornamentation is rare.
Modern Contemporary servers and
sideboards have lean lines,
industrial elements, futuristic
look, and bold color
Rustic Country furniture is
casual and unpretentious.
Almost exclusively light and
warm colored woods, this can be
thought of having “rustic
class”. Often containing a
period flavor, this style is
both rustic and romantic with
graceful curves and comfortable
Traditional furniture is based
on historic design models, this
style is characteristically
ornate, orderly, and bold.
Straight lines are often
contrasted with curved details,
and brass, iron, and hand-
painted wood often appears.
More grand than casual, these
furnishings have ornate or showy
details and have often an old-
world flair. The classic details
of traditional furniture are
reflections of the periods and
influences of years gone by.
Transitional pieces are a
blend of traditional and modern
that fits in with almost any
décor. They feature a simple,
angular look and edgy
construction materials, such as
glass and metal, as well as
classical lines and carved wood
When furnishing your dining room, decorate for your space using these tips for all types of dining areas. Whether your dining room is large or small, we have ideas to help you choose the best table shape and chairs that will make everyone feel at home. We've even got ideas for eat-in kitchens and breakfast nooks.
The size of your dining room may mean you can accommodate your décor with a hutch or buffet, both of which are functional and decorative additions to the room. Smaller spaces can get the most out of decorating by using lighting and wall hangings.