The kitchen buffet has been specially designed for the kitchen. This is particularly imposing, and offers space for plenty of crockery and cutlery. The buffet has in the lower part mostly two doors over two drawers and over the bays of a pull-out shelf for the dressing (see also sideboard). The somewhat recessed essay is mostly on the side cheek and in a casted back part. The top of the tower has two doors, each with a facet cut crystal glass. Furthermore there are variants with carved ornaments. Between the upper part and the lower part there are usually open storage surfaces. Behind the doors of the upper part there are sometimes toothed racks with height-adjustable shelves. Buffet is a very valuable piece of furniture and may not be missing in any well-situated household. The buffet can appear in different styles. For example, they often exist in the style of the Gründerzeit, the Jugendstil and rarely also in the style of the Biedermeier.