By Jessa Sun. Modern Sideboard. Published at Wednesday, February 14th, 2018 - 02:28:42 AM.
Teak wood and oak wood would be the best among the choices that you have, given the quality that they offer. They would be make for sturdy units, and they would last for years and years, making your choice one that you will not regret. Teak is a little darker than oak, so if you want to try different colours, oak would be a better choice, as it would serve as more of a canvas for you to try out different shades of varnish. With teak, you'd be going in for something more traditional and timeless-something that'll never really go out of style.
What makes sideboards pleasing to the eye is how they are crafted from eye-catching materials. For example, you can purchase one that is built from pine that features elegant accents, carvings, and is then finished in a rich dark brown stain with antique style hardware used to cap off its appearance. Or, you can get another that is built from maple that has a very clean, sleek look to its finished in a bold black paint with a slight shimmer that is then paired with chrome finished hardware. They can be made from other materials and have different finishes as well, but for time's sake, we'll just mention the above ones.
A sideboard is commonly used in a dining room. It is often a narrower piece of furniture that is placed along the wall. Its original purpose was to provide a place for serving food. Today we still see many sideboards in dining rooms. It is a great place to be able to set up a small beverage station or set out for entertaining purposes. Many people also use their sideboards to highlight some of their decorative pieces.
For more vibrant options, turn to mango wood or sheesham, both of which are generally lighter, but offer interesting visual textures, with the tones. In a more modern decor, they would be ideal. With lighter woods, you also have the option of giving it a new look a few years down the line. While redecorating, they can be scrubbed down to form the right base for the varnish of your choice.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the Adocavo website that is not Adocavo’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Adocavo claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.
© Copyright 2019 Adocavo. All Rights Reserved.