3,889 danish modern sideboard Home Design Photos

Synthesis Design Inc.
37 Reviews
Teevan Residence
Ideabooks5,275
Questions9
Who makes the floating sideboard? Was it custom?
More modern interpretation on the candle chandelier. Who makes this one?
totally cool modern dinning room. they used kitchen cabinets and mounted to the wall
Paint color Bennington gray. Sideboard cab
belong in a dining room this clean, which means not only is displaying fine china out of the question, but so is displaying the credenza's legs. This modern credenza provides ample space to store dishes and napkins out of sight, and installing it on the wall and off the ground opens up the floor space.
“Wall Colour” — gualus84
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
5 Reviews
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
Ideabooks62,667
Questions69
Love the sideboard - where can I get one?
I just love the sideboard. Please tell me where I can buy one like it or similar. Thank you for taking the time to answer our questions. Pam
Love the mirror over the sideboard! Where is it from?
What is the material of the sideboard? I know you said it's no longer in production, but who is it from?
Can you tell me where to purchase the mirror and sideboard?
where can i buy this sideboard?
love the sideboard....where can i find it?
Hi Jane, Even tho sideboard not in production can you tell me what was the paint finish? Who was the manufacturer? Any close up pix you could share? Looks like mother of pearl
Curtains go well with wall colour and love mirror/sideboard.
“Colors and mirrors” — alwynew
Amy Krane Color
6 Reviews
New York City Apartment 1
Ideabooks3,942
Questions5
Mid century modern credenza
Sideboard and spare chairs
Great Mid-Century Modern Credenza
the sideboard with awesome lamp
Cool timber sideboard
Cool sideboard
“Big frame” — fiume28
Mindi Freng Designs
4 Reviews
Bowling Alley Table
Ideabooks354
Questions2
mid century modern
red sideboard, hutch.
Like sideboard by front door??
Painted sideboard...great sideboard...Same sideboard
“Table” — jessaleehill
Mikel Irastorza
Spanish apartment
Ideabooks3,610
Questions4
Love love love whole room, partic. powder coated dining chiars combined with Wegner wishbone dining chair, pendants, sideboard, sofa, blacklams in background
This stunning apartment in San Sebastián, Spain knocks my socks off. A mix of vintage, modern and contemporary pieces live in harmony against a white walls, trimwork and ceilings.
“sideboard” — anje66
David Lauer Photography
4 Reviews
Mid-century style entry
Ideabooks13,193
Questions6
Entry was originally a closet. Custom designed geometric opening into the living room with color accent. Vertical reed glass window. Mid-century modern credenza.
This is a vintage credenza purchased at OC Modern in Long Beach, CA. Great stuff and reasonable prices! www.ocmodern.net
A wooden credenza. This one, all wood with skinny legs, is definitely more classic retro. Keep it in today’s world by accessorizing it with modern knickknacks.
“Love the credenza” — pigmail
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Connecting Work and Play in South Australia
Ideabooks201
Questions0
friends visit.” The beloved hall dresser is one furniture piece that won’t be making its way to the couple’s retail shop. A collection of Italian and Danish ceramics, and a retro carved wood bust, adorn the top. Bird prints: Naomi Murrell
style. While rustic timber flooring sets the tone, the antique dresser sits right beside a Mid-century children’s chair. A collection of Italian and Danish ceramics and a retro carved wooden bust adorn the top, all beautifully positioned to catch the eye. Simple and unfussy yet wonderfully elegant, this
“Like the Cute idea of the kids chair” — msjacqueline
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks6,932
Questions5
feel like a space in your house is just too empty? Add pictures to the wall, your children's first drawing, or a complex modern one. to make the space seem cozier, add a small chair, floor
Could be something next to the sideboard
Think about going vintage. For case goods especially, vintage pieces can be a better deal for high-quality construction than many new pieces on the market. If you love the midcentury modern look, seek out a vintage chest or sideboard. If you crave that posh decorator
ones. I prefer '50s and '60s era pieces, which come in a variety of sizes. Singles can be used as vases or sculpture, and groupings are great on sideboards and mantels.
“pictures” — terrireilly
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