Red is said to be the color of passion, so try spicing up your space with this bold crimson-finished buffet.
Boasting clean-lines and 2 tiers of storage space, this design is crafted of solid and manufactured wood with glass cabinet doors.
Set it in the dining room to effortlessly enliven a neutral-hued entertaining ensemble, then fill it with heirloom serve ware and bottles of your favorite vintages so you're ready to host at a moment's notice. While this piece is perfect for...
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