Trad storage gets a radical revamp
These capacious wooden sideboards not only offer sleek storage, but make a bold style statement too. Made popular during the Fifties, sideboards are a chic way of breaking up wide hallways, hiding away cables as a TV stand, or storing additional glassware and crockery in kitchens and dining rooms. Or why not use one as a generous cocktail cabinet? Whether you prefer the unfussy mid-century look or streamlined contemporary designs, pick from our six favourites.
The slatted doors give this striking contemporary sideboard a unique edge, making it stand out from the crowd. Made from mango wood and steel, it's surprisingly lightweight at 39kg, and has two handy adjustable shelves, to work around your belongings.
With its block shapes and offset angles, this five-door sideboard is an intriguing design inspired by city skylines and has a strong visual presence. Its slender red legs add an unexpected splash of colour.
Inspired by the strong geometric forms of the 1920s, this effortlessly stylish walnut wood cabinet is a statement piece that represents sophistication, luxury and quality. The two adjustable shelves and three soft-close drawers provide ample storage within.
Aptly named Firefly, the translucent porcelain bi-fold doors naturally soften and diffuse LED light from within, filling interior spaces with a gentle, calming and candle-like glow.
Available in different colour ways, this lacquered sideboard with glass sliding doors is ideal for showcasing treasured possessions, or for providing additional storage in a dining room.
With its collage-inspired paneling, this solid mango wood sideboard combines clean lines with raw edges for a natural, boho-inspired look.