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The beach house design of this painted wood sideboard would bring the feel of an endless summer to the kitchen. It's so bright and cheery with its clean lines and Bahama blue finish. Its just what I need when I stumble in for my wake-up cup of coffee.
Papila Design Sideboard
Cattelan Italia, with its belief that furniture is a way to experience both time and life, has cooperated with Emanuele Zenere to bring to you a timeless but modern designer furniture piece called the Futura Designer Sideboard. Emanuele Zenere, a talented designer who is known for his relaxed and...
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CattelanItalia, with its belief that furniture is a way to experience both time and life, has cooperated with Emanuele Zenere to bring to you a timeless but modern designer furniture piece called the Futura Designer Sideboard. Emanuele Zenere, a talented designer who is known for his relaxed and...
Futura Designer Sideboard By...
Part of the Green Mod Series. The cabinet, using formaldehyde free bamboo plywood, is constructed with no added formaldehyde adhesive birch plywood that has been certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), denoting that it comes from well-managed, sustainable forests. This material is...
Iannone Design - Midcentury...
This Asian sideboard will not only bring some exotic style to your dining room but also a burst of bold color. It's got plenty of storage for your flatware, linens, even a gravy boat to boot!
Double Happiness Tall Sideboard
Low pieces are a great way to bring storage into transitional spaces like hallways and landings. I like the wave effect of this design.
Wave by Content Sideboard
I love a lively contrast, though I'm more of a subtle kind of girl when it comes to playing hues off one another. However, this neon green on black nine-drawer chest is a great piece for someone with a mix-and-match approach to decor, and adds some playful personality to an otherwise stark chest of...
Neopolitan 9-Drawer Sideboard...
This unique and exotic sideboard will add Asian style to your home. Let it be the one distressed piece in the room that hogs a lot of attention!
This is my favorite growth chart find of all. You personalize it by adding the child's name and the heights of family members. Takes the fun out of doing the 'back-to-back-gee-whiz-Grandpa-I-think-I'm-taller-than-you' game at family get togethers, but is a fabulous keepsake. Not to mention it's...
I am in a current love affair with sideboards. Perhaps it's because I see the endless decorating potential in their great expanse of counter top, or perhaps because I fondly remember the seemingly mile-long sideboard in my Danish cousin's enviable apartment. Either way, a piece like this could be...
I love the galvanized iron sheet and plank wood on this sideboard. It's rustic and chic all at once.
This contemporary sideboard will not only bring the buffet surface and great storage capacity, but also adds copper artwork to the dining room in the form of its hand hammered doors. It's also available in a longer 3-drawer version.
The wood slats on this groovy sideboard are reclaimed from old buildings, giving it the look of the coolest vintage find one could ever hope for. Designed for dining room storage, it also has cut outs for cords so that you can opt to use it as a television stand.
Paloma Small Sideboard |...
I've had the chance to interview Matt Eastvold before, and I love his dedication to fine carpentry and thoughtful design. This long chest can serve as a dining room sideboard, a media console or a bedroom dresser.
Eastvold Classic Sideboard
The simple design of this antique reproduction, Louis XVI Sideboard, is classic and beautiful as it harkens back to another time, another era. Abundant storage means lots of room for storing china, serving pieces, linens, napkin rings and all the other treasures needed for dining or entertaining.
Louis XVI Sideboard
A modern sideboard that will give any room character. I love the amount of storage and it's a great accent piece.
This sideboard tells your dinner guests that you are cool and have killer taste. Oh yeah, and it stores a smorgasboard of stuff inside, while providing the surface for a true smorgasboard on top.
Content by Conran Wave Sideboard
I've been hunting for an old wood console table that might work for holding stacks of plates, platters of goodies and a giant punch bowl. I love the simple coloring and intricate design on this one.
Vintage Wood Block Sideboard
There's your typical sideboard, then there's this psychedelic faux bois version from designer Sebastian Wrong and artist Richard Woods. If you're looking to make a major statement in a room, this one is the obvious choice.
Wrongwoods small sideboard...
Who doesn't love a little mystery! The Vendome Sideboard is hiding a secret. In addition to the obvious great storage up front, there are two secret doors, one on each end. The end doors hide more great storage, complete with shelving inside.
I would have sworn this modern sideboard was designed circa 1950 if they'd asked me on Jeopardy, but it turns out it was designed by Arthur Casas in 2006. It has drawers perfect for linens and flatware, and its metal legs make a sculptural statement whether than clunking up the space.
Forgo your typical media center for one decked out in artist Richard Woods and designer Sebastian Wrong's awesomely original faux bois instead.
Gustavian Style Sideboard
A long sideboard in the living room is a way to have smart storage without compromising great design. Fill this with boxes, blankets, DVDs or the phone book.
This pieces is listed as a small sideboard, but I think it would be the perfect place to arrange one of those perfectly arranged bars that every stylist seems to be gaga over these days.
Small Lattice Sideboard
Sustainable practices and a focus on fine carpentry result in this investment piece, a beautiful sideboard with sliding doors that cover a variety of shelves and drawers for storage. Designed as a dining room sideboard, this is also a useful and beautiful piece for the home office, the television...
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This sideboard comes in many colors, but I like this creamy white. Hang white plates on the wall to create interest to the dining room.
The Butler Sideboard
The addition of a console or buffet table can be a great way to store extra dishes while giving you more room to place accessories like picture frames and candles. I like this buffet from Ballard Designs because it's a gorgeous color and will provide much-needed storage in your space.
This contemporary lacquered sideboard has hardware that's a bit of a throwback. Use it in the dining room as a buffet or in your home office as a credenza.
Consoles are so versatile. Use them in an entry topped off with a lamp and collectibles are use them in a dining room as a buffet with a mirror overhead. The Benedetta Console is large on scale but doesn't overpower because it's so open below.
Franklin Media Cabinet - Gold Leaf
I love the rustic feel to this console organizer. Place baskets, magazines, books and anything else that will help keep you organized each and every day.
The sophisticated lines and gorgeous black leather doors on this amazing piece give it true designer appeal. It looks like it was made to complement the high-end trends of fall 2011, despite its 1940s provenance. This would make an entire dining room come together with over-the-top elegance.
If this isn't the perfect industrial style cart for a loft, I'm not sure what is. Imagine the television propped atop it, use it as a dining room buffet, or neatly stack your favorite T-shirts on it in the bedroom. Or when you get sick of using it in one way, simply roll it someplace else and...