Offering simple storage that provides modern appeal, customizable selection and inset stone front making your buffet unique onto itself. Tempered glass shelves, European door hinges and finished all around allowing full display options. Great for that dining area or where unique storage is required.All Soho Buffets are available with polished steel (PS) or dark grey (DG) trim (handles and runners), set of tempered glass shelves, soft-close doors, multiple wood finishes. Extra stone top available upon request.
Note : Custom made sizes available please contact us on 0116-296-3800
The stones and marbles used in our product are all natural - presenting all the variations and unique colorings found in nature. Because they are natural products, no two pieces will look alike. None of the natural veins, pores, and variations are to be considered defects, but instead characteristics that make your table on of a kind and enhance its beauty.
Travertine is a sedimentary rock that is naturally porous. Some of the open pores and veins may be filled in manufacturing. The color of the veins and the amount of fill needed depend entirely on the nature of the particular travertine top. Dark veins may randomly occur on the table top or edge of the table - depending only on the mineral content present in that articular piece of stone. In some instances, tiny openings are not filled and remain open. Open pores on the edges of the table are not filled to leave the piece in its natural state.Walnut Travertine
The brown color of walnut travertine is natural to the stone. As in all stones, the color is determined by the mineral content present in the earth during its formation, and in this stone can vary from beige to dark brown and from light gray to black. Because of the vast variations in color present in this particular stone, we use a clear resin to fill the natural pores. This clear resin enhances the depth of color and provides a relatively uniform shine. Because the fill material is clear, some areas require that we use fragments of the stone itself to occupy the resin. These fragments are handplaced and their size and density will vary. In addition, the seam between the stone and the fill can sometimes leave a notable transition that could be mistaken for a crack. This notable transition is unavoidable when it occurs and does not sacrifice the stability of your table in any way.Tivoli
Tivoli is a variation of natural travertine. It is a sedimentary rock that is also naturally porous. Slabs are cut against the natural course of the veins and as a result the appearance will show a cloudy effect where darker areas might also be present depending on the mineral content found in that particular piece of stone.Tivoli Crystallized :
Tivoli with Silver Crystals
Tivoli with Gold Crystals
Tivoli with Copper Crystals
Siena with Silver Crystals
Siena with Gold Crystals
Tivoli Crystallized is a stone treatment achieved combining the Tivoli stone with natural crystals. Crystals are manually placed in the natural cavities and pores of the Tivoli slabs. The surface is then covered with a product especially developed to maintain the natural shine of the crystals. The liquid fills in the cavities and open pores of the Tivoli without affecting the reflecting features of the crystals. The slab will then go through a series of processes with high and low temperatures to harden the liquid used on the surface and it is then polished with a buffer to generate the great effect of the Tivoli Crystallized.Marble :
Marbles come in many natural colors and each presents natural veining. The coloration and veining are all determined by the minerals present during formation. Veining can often provide a certain inconsistency in the surface texture of your table top and might even require some fill to be used. These variations and natural markings are to be expected.Granite :
Absolute Black Granite
Desert Stone with Fossils
Granite tends to be the hardest and most regular stone that we use in our manufacturing. The color and surface are mostly consistent, although natural intrusions are always possible.Onyx :
Part of the alabaster family, onyx gets its brilliant colors from minerals and elements in the earth. While extraordinarily beautiful, this material can vary considerably from slab to slab. Natural fault lines and small cracks are quite common to this material and not to be considered manufacturer defect. Polishing this extremely dense stone renders a stunning glass-like finish. Enjoy the variations of each piece of onyx, as each is as unique as the person buying it.
Because our tables are all naturally polished, the polish will vary across your table top. This is simply a result of a natural polish on a natural stone and one more way to emphasize the inherent unique beauty of each table.Caring for Your Table
You can re-polish your table with a coat of natural paste wax as desired. This will restore the shine and protect the surface. As you would with a fine piece of wood furniture, always use placemats, coasters, and trivets and clean any spills immediately. Regular rubbing alcohol is a perfect product to use for day-to-day cleaning.For Stains
The removal of light rings and slight stains is fairly simple. Try the finest sandpaper available with a light-handed application and the re-wax. If it is an absorbed stain, the application of small amount of hydrogen peroxide, diluted bleach, or ammonia to the stain with a soft cloth produces good results.
Always wash with clear water and wipe with a dry cloth, and re-wax after any cleaning or repair.To Fill Small Holes
Fill opening with a hardening putty, fill-stick, or spackle with color. You may need to remove excess with a razor blade of very fine sand paper. When surface is completely dry, apply paste wax and polish.This is a Made to Order item
All Made to Order items are manufactured as per the order supplied by you.
We are unable to accept cancellation or accept any extra cost that may incur due to wrong information provided by you at the time you placed the order.
We will confirm all sizes/colours/finsihes in written email (order confirmation) with you before going ahead with production of your order.