‘Buffet’ is derived from the French language whose initial meaning is ‘furniture like a cupboard consisting of several shelves and usually used to display plates.’ The term is also absorbed in our language referring to similar cabinets as ‘buffet.’
The Frenchman who started the style served a variety of dishes on a plate on the shelves of this sideboard. In the US this practical food-serving system became popular in the mid-nineteenth century and because it adopted the French term used to remain a buffet.
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In addition to a place of decoration, buffets also made as a place to store goods, such as one of the images above. Maybe you who are looking for a white theme will match the picture above. However, if not you can see some pictures below.
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