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A dining room is one of the most elegant rooms in the home. It’s the place where you can gather for a family meal, host friends and family for holiday … Sideboards usually consist of a set of cabinets with drawers and the first sideboards were traditionally used for serving food, for displaying serving dishes, and for storage. Nowadays, despite maintaining their main functions, they are also widely used as a form of decoration in dining rooms. An antique sideboard is a desirable and fashionable accessory, even more, when they have a mid-century touch.

Take a look at some of our favorite sideboards designs:

Drawing inspiration from the golden year’s aesthetic, Holly’s retro look brings to the modern interiors a bold elegance emphasized by the exquisite brass structure holding the robust body. Its alluring design will be the spotlight of any space.

The Cole sideboard mixes the elegant use of brass and rattan with walnut wood beautifully. Its rectangular shape rests on robust wood feet playing gracefully, which gives the design an attractive look, perfect for adding a bold touch to the interior.

The Bailey sideboard is a very versatile piece since it can be placed in a living room or be used as a drinks cabinet. Produced in classic materials such as solid walnut wood with additional brass features, Bailey gives the room a touch of luxurious subtlety. The lacquered colors on the front are the main feature of this masterpiece, which turns it into a must-have in any modern vintage space.

The retro-chic design from the Moryson Sideboard was the pure inspiration that brings the 60’s design legacy reborn in this new concept. With six drawers finely accentuated with stylish handlers that seem to give us the illusion of a safe box, this sideboard is the best choice for all mid-century admirers.
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