Casegoods within the interior design are all about a powerful desire to go beyond standard aesthetics, to shape new languages, to create new stories, and to find yourself in the center of it all. The idea here is to bring it closer to your own personal taste, so we gathered 7 sideboards that represent 7 distinct styles – from modern classic to contemporary. Inspiration is just around the corner and so is your next sideboard crush!
#1 – Modern Classic
Modern Classic is a style that finds inspiration in the past through modern-inspired visual concepts, enlightening the duality of both the present and the past to provide a timeless effect that also feels trendy
The Voltaire sideboard is a piece enveloped by manually sculptured panels with decorative elements finished in high gloss black lacquer. The statement twist lies on the asymmetrical hand-hammered fitting of a golden polished brass sheet on the right side of the top, and base detail.
#2 – Mid-century Modern
Mid-century Modern is a throwback to the design style of the 1950s and 60s, where functionality, retro nostalgia, and “fussy-free” decor are the main themes
Dandy is a sleek and stylish wooden sideboard. Its body is entirely made of solid walnut wood and it resembles a kitsch radio, because of its shape and the use of grill cloth on the doors. It is accented by a brass trim on the body edges and supported by tapered legs with brass ferrules.
#3 – Modern
Modern is a broad design term that typically refers to a home with clean, crisp lines, a simple color palette, and the use of materials that can include metal, glass, and steel.
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The Kafe sideboard is a tribute to the rich coffee culture of Madagascar. Made from the bronze mirror, stainless steel, and the finest wood, Kafe promises to bring warmth and clean-lined minimalism to your living room. This is modern design at its greatest.
#4 – Minimalist
Minimalist design It takes notions of modern design and simplifies them further, with streamlined furniture and the notion that “less is always more”
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With strong lines and a firm personality, the Latte sideboard is the perfect piece to complete a simple and modern design. Versatile, functional, and smooth, Latte is lacquered in high gloss cream and gently lies in dark bronze matte feet. This charming sideboard brings instant character and hygge to a minimalist design.
#5 – Art Furniture
Art Furniture reflects a higher level of creative expression, where bold colors, unusual materials, and groundbreaking shapes collide smoothly to bring you conceptual furniture designs
Heritage is the sideboard that will surely fill that empty space in your room with the highest amount of attitude, functionality, and beauty. This piece presents a different number of layers, each one telling a different story. It pays homage to the azulejo tile, one of the biggest landmarks of Portuguese architecture.
#6 – Hollywood Regency
Characterized by cinematic drama, Hollywood Regency brings the glam indoors so you can expect unapologetic maximalism, richly layered textures, and irreverent color palettes
If you are a fan of the James Bond world, you will certainly be dazzled with this golden eye-catching piece. Made in solid walnut wood and brass with knurled details, the Monocles sideboard is 100% prepared for Martini and Gin bottles. The circles are engraved to the back and side of the unit, giving it an extreme character and high-end look.
#7 – Contemporary
Contemporary is fluid, thoroughly of the moment, and can represent a sense of currency with less adherence to one particular style, thanks to a light-handed, spare take on decorating to ensure it will never feel dated.
Created to be magnanimous in its appearance, the smooth and elegant shapes of this black sideboard, highly stylish, provides a generous amount of storage space being imposing and lends an attractive presence to any room. The gold plated brass asymmetric bars give the extraordinary touch in framed of this particleboard ends with a textured surface used black lacquer finish. A unique product for those who have a peculiar taste for new editions and conceptual designs.