Sideboards come in a wide range of styles, forms and finishes. Mostly, sideboards rely on simple, straight lines, a hint of minimalism and innovative design to bring the best of form and functionality together. The large surface area on top of a sideboard gives you the perfect opportunity to create a dashing and elegant display. Yet it is the storage space beneath that often is the real winner. A sideboard can solve many of your design conundrums in a single go!
Voltaire Walnut Sideboard is a contemporary piece enveloped by manually sculptured panels with decorative elements finished in high gloss black lacquer. The statement twist lies in the asymmetrical hand-hammered fitting of a golden polished brass sheet on the right side of the top, and base detail.
A hymn to sophistication and design, the Apotheosis Sideboard creates a strong presence that will revolutionize the looks of any project. Its straight lines make for a glorious construction, embodying the spirit of exclusive design. A daring and elegant balance between marble, lacquer, and brass lines.
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Sulu Sideboard: modernistic and sophisticated, the triangular epoxy dark bronze shapes on both doors for this modern sideboard, reflect the erupting volcano that formed the Sulu Archipelago, home of the Kahawa Sūg, or Sulu coffee, a variety with a unique origin. This chic sideboard shares a similar creation, a robust rounded walnut veneer matte body with a refined bronze glass top, creating a perfect balance between the materials, without diverging from its inspiration and without compromising its beauty in any room or setting.
Lapiaz Sideboard originates from one of Boca do Lobo’s iconic design pieces. Based on the same aesthetic that created a legacy, the Lapiaz Sideboard takes exceptional craftsmanship and design to a new realm. Consisting of two individual modules, the Lapiaz is finished in polished stainless steel that portrays a perfect mirror, with a poplar root wood veneer interior.
Perito Sideboard by Covet House was inspired by the Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the most spectacular, and popular, attractions in Patagonia. A massive ice mass, that curiously has a continuous and large plain-like appearance, not organically shaped like most glaciers have. The straight lines are visible on the design of Perito Sideboard, where the dark walnut veneer “V” shaped doors represent the cracks on the ice, and the Patagonian marble top the unusually plain surface of the glacier. The chic champagne metal legs bring to Perito Sideboard the look together, for a powerful sleek aesthetic.
Vittorio Sideboard has a sophisticated design and curvilinear lines, named after the great Vittorio Gassman. The combination of the wooden black lacquered H-shaped legs with a walnut wood body and recessed golden handles, recalls the lines of a blooming flower. The recessed top of this unique sideboard was also handcrafted in Calacatta Oro marble for an extra touch of luxury.
Boma Sideboard was inspired by the Boma Plateau, a region in the east of South Sudan, which is also one of the few places where the wild coffea arabica grows. This breathtaking landscape serves as inspiration for the Boma Sideboard design, where the round inox aged detail protrudes from the organic pattern of the decape wood, resembling the fantastic mountain that emerges from the plains of the Boma Natural Park.
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