What more could a mid-century house need than the perfect dining room with a mid-century sideboard? Taking us back in time, sideboards are the chosen casegood for every mid-century home, giving that final touch needed to bring the elegance and nostalgia of greater times. Today, we’re taking a look at our top 5 mid-century sideboards that would be perfect for a modern dining room.
A perfect furniture piece for retro lovers and mid-century admirers. Built entirely out of solid walnut wood, accented by its gold plated brass front doors that feature a protruding circular design. These circles are then engraved to the back and side of the unit, giving it an extreme character and high end look.
Inspired by the monumental and monolithic style of Louis Kahn, this is a sideboard that will bring a strong presence to your living room. Produced in black poplar, a type of cottonwood, and brass trims that are laid out symmetrically to provide an overall sense of unity and form. The wooden interior is glazed with a soft caramel tone producing a gorgeous effect as you open its drawers.
A distinctive piece to furnish your living room and add the perfect twist to your interior! Sideboards are usually made out of wood. Edith it’s not. It is upholstered with a soft velvet, and stands out for its high-end look at the top, making use of a grey textured marble. It features a curvilinear body with sleek and simple legs made of brass, that contrasts with strong accents of gold.
Sleek and stylish, it truly embodies the best from Scandinavian design roots. Since it is very versatile, it can be used as a drinks cabinet and be placed both in a living or dressing room. Its body is entirely made of solid walnut wood and it resembles a kitsch radio because of its shape and the use of grill cloth on the doors.
Retro met contemporary and created a mid-century modern sideboard, stylish in any house design. Stunningly produced in solid walnut wood, it is topped by a white polished marble and supported by brass square feet. It brings a playful geometric pattern on its doors, accented by its rounded edges and the brass trim all over the body.
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