Published at Sunday, July 08th, 2018 - 10:43:43 AM. . By Brenda Bertrand.
In terms of size, it really depends on the space that you have in mind for the sideboard. A longer unit would be more suitable in a drawing room. Smaller units would be more functional, serving as extra space for your things in a bedroom perhaps. If the area of the room that you're looking to put it in is small, a small sideboard, with taller shelves would be just what you would need in terms of storage. For an office or a study, sideboards with filing drawers are also available, which give you ample storage for important papers, while also eliminating the ugly filing cabinets from your space.
The design of eighteenth and nineteenth century houses usually did not include much space for storage. Because of that furniture makers were called upon to solve the problem of where to keep things when they were not being used everyday. The dining room generally had one of those solutions in the form of the oak sideboard. The sideboard of most northeastern homes was made of oak due to its plenteous supply throughout the woodlands from Maine to Pennsylvania.
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