|Refinished Oak Buffet|
It was missing some hardware for the top drawers, so I replaced them with porcelain knobs. There should be a mirror across the back of the buffet, but it was missing, which is probably why the previous owners left it in the basement.
The bottom section of the buffet houses the Noritake china that I purchased while in Japan, the long center drawer is where I store table linens, and the small top drawers hold stationery, batteries, and assorted junk.
I love this piece but would love to know more of its history.
Do you know the history behind the antique/vintage furniture that you treasure?