20 JAN 2011

Your Perfect Sideboard Match

We love sideboards - they're a great accessory for contemporary living. Here's a few of our favourites and some inspired interiors to do them justice.

Sideboards are the perfect place to hide clutter, present your hifi gear or display favourite objects. Chairs get a lot of love from the design world but we've also fallen for these grand dames. Beautiful examples of sideboards combine organic timber construction with clean lines and often result in incredible outworkings of a designer's signature style. We've sold some superstar sideboards like Ib Kofod-Larsen (from Faarup - Model 66), Gunni Omann (from Omann Jun - Model 18), Ib Kofod-Larsen (from G-Plan - Danish Line), VB Wilkinson (from G-Plan - Fresco), Bob Roukema (from Jon Jansen). Your style, budget and the the space available will help sort through the choices. If you'd like more advice or would like us to source you a special piece - let us know, we'd love to help.

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