Thursday, November 23, 2017

8 Sideboards That Go Well With Any Dining Setting

There are some furniture pieces whose absence makes the space look mundane just like a missing piece in a puzzle game, and whose presence adds more sophistication and functionality. The sideboard is one such. The sideboard adds to the aesthetic value of the dining room, completing the ensemble with table and chairs. Sideboards are essential - where would you keep your crystal ware, fine china, cutlery, glassware, cooking books and a lamp, or even display a grand meal for your guests?

With the launch of the new Milan Collection 2018, we have the latest straight from the world's biggest design fair. Get ready to be inspired and fall in love.

By Tonin Casa is the bold and chic Tiffany. With a quilted covering, this sideboard is in a Canaletto walnut finish and upholstered in rhombus patterned Ottanio leather. Truly a representation of Made in Italy.

Tiffany from Tonin Casa

Classic in looks yet modern in function, the Alf Rigadin sideboard comes with solid wood oak panels in a finish reminiscent of the traditional ‘rigadin’ pinstripe pattern of Murano handblown glass vases. The unit sits on a lean steel frame and is capped with a marble top.

Rigadin by Alf Italia

Lines and geometry embody the striking Maya sideboard by Tonin Casa, with an embossed wood effect in Canaletto walnut. This distinct piece breaks the monotony of anything that is ordinary.

Maya from Tonin Casa

Bridging the gap between classical and modern, the Frame sideboard by Bonaldo is in an irresistible bold metal frame structure that stands in sharp contrast to the wooden panels. Designed by Alain Gilles.

Frame from Bonaldo

Inspired by the 70s graphics and an object of art, Shade by Bonaldo comes with a metal base and elegant bevelled sides to make its edges less sharp.

Shade from Bonaldo

Here's a graceful Wai chest of drawers by Mario Mazzer for Bonaldo. The base takes its shape from the joined hand gesture, a sign of respect across the East, and the Thai for welcome. It has a metal base and wooden frame with recessed handles. Together they form a simple and stylish appearance.

Wai by Bonaldo

Contemporary and distinctive, Amber sideboard by Jamie Durie for Natuzzi. The decorative scalloped front face uses a custom CNC cutting path with a timber veneer overlay surface, resulting in a beautiful undulating sculptural surface.

Amber from Natuzzi

Versatile in nature, Honey works as a television stand and sideboard. Standing out with distinguished woodworking is the Canaletto walnut and heat-treated dark oak and glass highlights. This beautiful beehive design by Tonin Casa is brought to life through skilled workmanship.

Honey from Tonin Casa

The new collection is a visual treat in terms of design and structure. These sideboards are worked with different styles, colours, patterns, and finishes in unusual and exciting new ways to complement as well as balance with the existing decor in your room. Along with design and functionality, these pieces are evolved to fit changing decor styles and complement challenging interiors.  The most important thing to do when choosing a sideboard is to make sure that it's functional and serves your need.

Visit our stores to explore a wide range of collection. http://www.simplysofas.in/stores

*If you're an architect or an interior designer these latest sideboards are top notch for your interior projects.
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