See how our exclusive design sideboard collection offers' purveyors of quality storage cabinets new and exciting ideas on how to store cutlery and tableware in style. Not only is it functional for storing items away, you can use the cabinet top to place a designer lamp and display family photo's and ornaments. Discover that all pieces have been carefully eco-friendly sourced from around the globe from natural Oak and Walnut wood to glass and metal .This mixture of furniture has everything you need and you will find out there are different sizes small,medium and large to suit any kitchen,hallway, dining and living room area whether it is the large family dining room, the kitchen or a town apartments or flats. Not only are they decorative they are extremely versatile in terms of where they may be used but they are also amazingly practical and functional, providing lots of drawer and cupboard space. Sideboards will always add that extra element of expense and decadence and are available in countless styles and finishes.They usually come with two cupboard doors or three with drawers and an adjustable internal shelf. In the living room or dining room, the most common use of a sideboard is to put food on display that is going to be utilised during a meal, without having to put it on the dinner table. They conveniently provide a little extra room for your food, and storage of extra silverware or knives, closely within reach of the table.They can also provide valuable display space so that the cook doesn’t have to run back and forth from the kitchen to the dining room for additional food items. Once suitable only for the dining room, sideboards are fantastic for living room storage, as they don’t take up too much room and they have a large, stable top which can be used to put your television, hi-fi & DVD player on top of. You can even add one in an empty Hallway.
What style do you want ? The first thing to consider is the style that you want for your sideboard.There are both classic and modern styles, as well as different sizing options.Before you settle on the right piece you want, make sure that you measure the area. Considering the style and the size will save you time and money.
Oak sideboards are the most common with lots of style and designs. Pine sideboards like the oak are practical and durable which come in various styles.In addition to the tradition wooden or white sideboard, you may want to add a touch of sleek elegance with a glass sideboard. A glass sideboard might suit your needs when you want to display some of your most prized china of having something to brag about while having supper in the dining room.
Some of the new designer sideboards have glass that is painted, or mirrored, and not designed to be see through.When shopping for a sideboard, remember the whole of the style in your dining room, that is unless you are ready to purchase brand new furniture for your entire dining room! Quality is very important, but it's also important that your new sideboard fits in with your decor, otherwise it will not be an investment you are happy with.