DINING ROOM CABINETS

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  • Heston Buffet

    $4,250.00
    Now $3,612.50
  • Ridgedale China Cabinet

    $5,730.00
    Now $4,870.50
  • Easton Sideboard

    $6,745.00
    Now $5,733.25
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  • Custom Four-Door Buffet: Molded-Frame Wood Doors, Top Drawers

    $3,620.00
    Now $3,077.00
  • Armour Bar Cabinet

    $2,490.00
    Now $2,116.50
  • Vivianne Serpentine Console

    $2,545.00
    Now $2,163.25
  • Parnell Tall Display Cabinet

    $3,120.00
    Now $2,652.00
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  • Cressida Server

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    $2,370.00
    Now from $2,014.50
  • Custom Four-Door Buffet: Molded-Frame Glass Doors, Top Drawers

    $3,620.00
    Now $3,077.00
  • Jason Buffet

    $3,825.00
    Now $3,251.25
  • Evansview Buffet

    $3,800.00
    Now $3,230.00
  • Delmar Cabinet

    $2,120.00
    Now $1,802.00
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  • Burton Buffet

    $5,495.00
    Now $4,670.75
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  • Saxton Buffet

    $3,900.00
    Now $3,315.00
  • Douglas Farmhouse Buffet

    $2,370.00
    Now $2,014.50
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  • Malin Buffet

    $3,750.00
    Now $3,187.50
  • Norwich Sideboard

    $3,995.00
    Now $3,395.75
  • Carys Bar Cabinet

    $4,350.00
    Now $3,697.50
  • Brighton China Cabinet

    $5,120.00
    Now $4,352.00
  • Custom Two-Door Buffet: Bead-Frame Glass Doors, Top Drawer

    $2,240.00
    Now $1,904.00
  • Custom Four-Door Buffet: Beadboard Doors

    $3,370.00
    Now $2,864.50
  • Koeln Display Cabinet

    $4,580.00
    Now $3,893.00
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  • Evansview Bar Cabinet

    $4,000.00
    Now $3,400.00

Designer FAQs: Dining Room Storage Cabinets

How can I add more storage to my dining room?

Dining room storage can be both functional and beautiful when you have the right pieces in place. Some of the things people need to store in a dining room may include—

  • Serving dishes
  • Plates, cups, and bowls
  • Silverware
  • Table linens
  • Candlesticks and candles
  • Wine, spirits, and barware

If your dining room is a homework or game-night hub, you may also need storage space for art supplies, paper, and board games, too.

When you’re choosing storage pieces, we recommend buying the largest piece of storage furniture that your space can fit. That way, as your storage needs expand, the piece can continue to accommodate your lifestyle.

What dining room storage cabinets are best for which items?

Cabinets with interior shelving can store almost anything, from stacked dishes to folded linens to boxed board games. They’re best for items that would create a cluttered, mismatched look when displayed in the open, or for items that would make a formal space appear too casual. To maximize your shelf space, place small items like silverware in dining room storage with drawers, or contain utensils in a tray or caddy before storing them on your interior shelves.

Display cabinets with glass doors or open shelving works well for showing off items you love: Think wedding china or your favorite decorative accents. Tall china cabinets or hutches combine vertical display space with lower interior storage, and they make beautiful focal points in your dining room design.

Bar and wine cabinets are perfect for storing wine, spirits, glasses, shakers, corkscrews, and more. You can open them when you’re entertaining and keep your bar items behind closed doors when you’re not using them.

How do I know my dining storage pieces will fit?

We offer two easy-to-use tools online that you can use to preview our furniture in your space:

  • To see the piece roughly at scale in your existing dining room layout, use our EA inHome® app on your phone or tablet.
  • If you’re thinking of rearranging, use our 3D Room Planner to come up with a plan that will accommodate the furniture you want to buy.
  • You can also try our complimentary design service. Schedule a home call, and a designer can come to your place, take measurements, and help you make the right choices.

Can dining room storage and display pieces be used in other rooms?

Absolutely! If you have an open wall in your kitchen, use a long, low cabinet for additional storage and an added food prep surface. A buffet or sideboard can look as good in an entryway as it does in a dining room. Many of our dining room storage cabinets have ventilation cutouts, so they can even double as media furniture if needed.

As long as the dimensions are right for your space, and the piece suits your storage needs, storage that’s traditionally used in the dining room can play many roles throughout your home.

What quality points should I look for when I decide where to buy dining room cabinets?

We’re proud to make most of our dining room storage in our North American workshops; our commitment to craftsmanship defines us. The pieces we craft are made from wood that we source in the U.S. and dry in our own kilns. We use proven woodworking techniques—mortise and tenon joinery for stability, dovetail joinery for drawer durability—and we apply every one of our finishes by hand.

We also make sure that the components of moving parts, like doors and drawers, are built to operate without a hitch for years to come. On our drawers, for example, we use either dovetailed wooden slides or Hettich undermount slides for smooth operation. The interior of each drawer is protected with a UV-resistant coating to ensure long-lasting durability.

We use tempered glass for glass doors and shelves, and we add levelers to our cabinets to compensate for tile or uneven floors. We test our furniture for load bearing and stability, and we provide tip restraint kits for tall cabinets.

If you want to invest in one piece that can stay with you over many years, as opposed to buying one low-quality piece after another, then Ethan Allen is where you should buy dining storage.

Do you have more questions? Click the Designer Chat icon, or contact your local Design Center—we’re happy to help!