Provence Buffet - White
It’s in the detail …. Where to begin? Every piece within the Provence collection has a classic silhouette which features a molded plinth at its base and flared cornice on top. The antiqued hardware is in the form of traditional cup handle and is made from solid brass. And then there’s the period-style paneling and beveled drawer fronts all come together to give this buffet its French Provincial styling. The generous proportions and farmhouse charm of this piece render it suitable for kitchen and living space. Crown molding and shaker style doors offer subtle styling. Utensils or linens can easily be housed in the drawers while fixed shelving behind two sets of double doors provide ample storage.
Buffet or sideboard? You choose what to call it - but a storage showpiece like this almost needs no label. From dining room, living room to home office, it's a piece that translates into more spaces than one. Use the buffet's top as a display surface for all your treasures, from family portraits and favorite finds, to books and vases all finished with a beautiful lamp. Perfect for a hallway or even as an entertainment unit.
Our business started 25 years ago when our co-founder left Melbourne to establish a life in South East Asia.
Having worked with the design and production team in the factory to export the range to Euopean markets, we quickly wanted to establish the range in Australia. And so began the process to relocate back to Melbourne in 2013 and start importing and supplying the Halifax range of furniture to Australian households.
Since then, we have shared our passion of home décor, inspired by the Hamptons, with so many of our customers. This passion is being seen through ranges of hand made home accessories, which are being made by Indonesian artisans exclusively for our range of home accesories.
The team at iwannagohome are continuing the journey that we started, constantly evolving fresh ideas and carefully curating ranges of furniture and home décor.
We invite you to be part of our journey too ...