Need to explore modern sideboards for extra storage, to put in your living room? Well, we surf the web searching for it, and we found 8 perfect sideboards that, maybe, can fit to your tastes.
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Kahn Sideboard from Essential Home
A sideboard with a strong presence while preserving clean lines. Kahn is a piece inspired by Louis Kahn’s monumental and monolithic style. Large Brass details envelop the glossy black body and the black glass top adds a luxurious layer to the design. The wooden interior is glazed with a soft caramel tone producing a gorgeous effect as you open its drawers.
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Twill Sideboard from Bartoli Design
Designed for Laurameroni’s Intarsia collection of limited edition sideboards, Bartoli Design created their very own that was inspired by twill fabric. The traditional English fabric dons a herringbone pattern, which Bartoli reinterpreted with wood on their graphic entry into the collection.
The piece is wrapped in an intricate pattern of Eucalyptus, Oak, and Tay wood marquetry, which are mixed with off-white wood sections that result in a dramatically graphic design.
Stockholm Sideboards, from Designer Mario Ruiz
Designer Mario Ruiz combines natural and stained woods with polished and anodized aluminum in his new collection of sideboards for Punt called Stockholm.
The rectilinear structures are composed of wood, as are the drawers which are free from hardware. Each sideboard’s top has an aluminum skin that continues up three of its sides. The aluminum comes in gold, pale rose, black, silver or bronze and the units themselves are available in several heights and widths.
KABINO SIDEBOARD BY SIMON LEGALD FOR NORMANN COPENHAGEN
Designer Simon Legald had the notion to create a simple sideboard that was anything but snooze-inducing. The Kabino, designed for Normann Copenhagen, is a versatile piece with dynamic details that could be used in any room.
On the front, the sideboard is outfitted with two sliding doors made of matt lacquered aluminum, one of which is perforated with holes adding visual impact. Available with white or grey doors, the piece’s front is trimmed with an ash frame that adds a bit of warmth to the modern design.
Eiermann Sideboard from Essential Home
Egon Eiermann was a master at steel structures and one of Germany’s most prominent architects. This sideboard is inspired by such structures. A hovering solid walnut hull is held by and sophisticated Brass tubular structure. This creates a unique sense of lightness like no other. Glass sliding doors create a playful pattern and reveal the smoked glass shelf inside.
Calibro Sideboard by Daniele Cristiano
This was inspired by the shape of old ammunition chests that were used during war. Once something from war, Cristiano turns it into a thing of beauty for Formabilio, where the antiquated use now becomes something both practical and modern.
The functional piece can be a media center in your living room, a bench in your entrance, or a coffee table.
Different Trains Narrow Cabinet Walnut by De La Espada
Creating a unique decorative display, this contemporary styled cabinet provides elegant storage space. Crafted from black walnut within the artisan workshops of De La Espada, this stunning Matthew Hilton piece features a double-sided design and sliding panels that make it the perfect room divider for large, open interiors.
Marcel by Fabrizio Simonetti for Formabilio
Marcel is a modern sideboard composed of wood and tubular metal that gives it the look of a car grill or a radio speaker. Designed by Fabrizio Simonetti for Formabilio, the sideboard’s chrome legs were inspired by one of the masters of the Modernist movement, Marcel Breuer, hence its name.
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