Sideboard

SIDE BOARD:

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Sideboard, also called a buffet, typically consists of shallow drawers over cabinets. Designed to hold china, flatware, linens and other necessities for entertaining, this piece of furniture can be one of the most practical in the house. But often what’s behind closed doors is a chaotic jumble. As the holiday season approaches, the following ideas will help make the most of this indispensable cupboard and its contents.

Getting started

• Remove everything from the sideboard. Store items not used when entertaining or setting the table elsewhere. Give away any pieces you no longer want, or donate them to a charity. Make a list of missing or damaged items that need replacing. Vacuum and wipe down the interior.

• Create categories for those items that you will return to the sideboard, and assign them to specific drawers and cabinets. It may be helpful to make a list or create a rough sketch.

• Reinforce any wobbly shelves with brackets. Test drawers to make certain they open and close smoothly. Line shelves with cushioned nonskid liners to protect delicate pieces.

• Following the strategies below, purchase storage liners and accessories that fit your needs. Remember to measure your sideboard’s interior and exterior before heading to the store.