Drexel Heritage Credenzas and Sideboards

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Drexel Heritage Credenzas and Sideboards

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EMBRACE THE STYLISTIC SPECTRUM WITH DREXEL HERITAGE BUFFETS

When it comes to boundary-less style, nobody tops Drexel Heritage. Shopping for a credenza, but not sure what style suits your aesthetic just yet? Browse Drexel Heritage sideboards. Whether you’re on the hunt to land your soulmate sideboard, or just to get inspired, few brands top the diversity of Drexel. Partial to French Provincial style? Look for a Drexel buffet featuring cabriole legs and curvy, carved-panel doors. Ideal for pairing with bergeres and linen slipcovered sofas, these Drexel sideboards evoke the laidback ease of the French countryside. In a dining room, position them under a majolica plate gallery wall and complement with oval-back dining chairs slipcovered in a boisterous print to enhance the madcap French cottage feel. More of a modernist, but still have a flair for the traditional? Try a Drexel campaign sideboard. Drexel’s Kingsbridge campaign credenza is the perfect melding of old world and new world with its sleek silhouette, rich walnut finish, and abundance of recessed brass handles (16 in all). Use it to procure an entrancing mix in a Mid-Century Modern style space, or partner it with classic Queen Anne, Chippendale, or Georgian pieces to put an unexpected spin on traditional style. This Drexel buffet would also be magic backed with a lively chinoiserie mural in a formal dining room or bedroom. Consider yourself a full-fledged traditionalist? Drexel has a buffet for that, too. Shop Drexel buffets in Georgian and Federal styles. Partner with bold, modernist black and white decor to cue up an arresting juxtaposition, or use among authentic antiques to cue up a room with what appears to be enviable, centuries-old provenance.