Rosewood Credenzas and Sideboards

New, Vintage and Antique Rosewood Credenzas and Sideboards

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Rosewood Credenzas and Sideboards

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Few things enrich a room like a rosewood credenza. Whether it be a Danish rosewood sideboard or an Asian rosewood cabinet, the elegance of a vintage rosewood buffet is unrivaled. If you’re in the market for a rosewood buffet table or credenza, you’ve come to the right place. Here at Chairish, we carry thousands of pieces of rosewood credenzas, including specimens hailing from Scandinavia, Brazil, China and more. We scout the U.S. and Europe looking for the most revered vintage and antique dealers in the business. With the help of our in-house curation team, we list these dealers’ most exceptional rosewood pieces. What does the mean for shoppers like you? It means you have access to a one-stop-shop packed with grade-A rosewood specimens. Talk about everything coming up roses!

Mid-Century Modern Rosewood Credenzas and More

The Danish may be best known for their teak, but they also loved rosewood. Although rosewood credenzas are rarer than teak credenzas, you wouldn’t know it by looking at our selection here at Chairish. We carry hundreds of examples, including designs by big-name makers like Ib Kofod-Larsen, G Plan, Peter Lovig and more. You can also find dozens of rosewood Mid-Century designs by American makers like Florence Knoll, Milo Baughman and Kent Coffey. Looking for a Brazilian rosewood sideboard? Discover atomic designs that are prime for bringing your room to life. But the best part about shopping rosewood at Chairish? With Chairish, you’re working to support a kinder design economy. Every time you purchase with Chairish, you’re keeping a worthy design out of a landfill and preventing the need for another item to be created new.