credenzas, the little multi-taskers.

credenzas, the little multi-taskers | sfgirlbybay

credenzas are one of those perfect pieces of furniture — they work so hard at so many tasks. they are wonderful hidden storage spaces, media stands, ideal for displaying collections and artwork, make a great little entryway piece, and they’re just the right height for serving a buffet dinner or even a cocktail bar. and there’s a variety of shapes, styles and sizes out there. from classic mid-century modern vintage finds, to contemporary classics found at places like blu dot, west elm and ikea, the modern credenza really is the household multi-tasker.

credenzas, the little multi-taskers | sfgirlbybay

a gorgeous vintage swedish teak credenza, from hindsvik.

credenzas, the little multi-taskers | sfgirlbybay

smitten studio’s lovely white west elm dumont media credenza.

credenzas, the little multi-taskers | sfgirlbybay

lovely little credenza makes the perfect entryway or hallway piece, via uydurrukcu, and below via stadshem.

credenzas, the little multi-taskers | sfgirlbybay

credenzas, the little multi-taskers | sfgirlbybay

credenza displaying early birds print by janine rewell at paper collective.

credenzas, the little multi-taskers | sfgirlbybay

the perfect place to display an art collection, Photography by Felix Forest and Styling by Jason Grant for home life.

credenzas, the little multi-taskers | sfgirlbybay

perfect in the dining room for serving a buffet, via the selby.

credenzas, the little multi-taskers | sfgirlbybay

pretty styling on this credenza by miluccia and photography by julie ansiau.

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14 Responses to “credenzas, the little multi-taskers.”
  1. Vicky says:

    simple, perfect! I love this style!
    xo

  2. You nailed it, they are really multitasks! Mine holds my telly, my work stuff and my technical gear! xx

  3. maggie says:

    I have been cruising craigslist in hopes of finding a diamond in the rough sort of credenza…love this round up!

  4. Janette Yamaguchi says:

    I love buffets! I inherited a walnut one that my dad built in the late 50′s, and a Danish teak piece that my folks purchased in 1980. There is always room for another sideboard!

  5. jin says:

    spot on! my mom had hers custom made and it’s such a beauty in our dining room. paperwork nook, china, and buffet all in one.

  6. jay says:

    I always wanted a credenza, thought I wouldn’t ever find one in my price range. One morning I woke up and my neighbors had one sitting on the curb! I found a 10 foot, Scandinavian credenza, for free!

  7. Kaleigh says:

    That first one is absolutely gorgeous and I want it!!

  8. So beautiful! I am on the hunt for the perfect one for my home. :) I am really loving that first one though!

  9. Jane says:

    fabulous post Victoria x.x.x

  10. Ferren says:

    I’ve been looking at a lot of sideboards lately, and everytime I see one I sing “sidebordt” in a Beyonce voice in my head.

    Just had to put that out there.
    x

  11. Ferren says:

    sorry– we call credenzas ‘sideboards’ over here. just so that comment doesn’t seem totally random!

  12. miluccia says:

    Thanks so much Victoria!

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