By Arianna Forrester. Modern Sideboard. Published at Thursday, February 08th, 2018 - 20:55:49 PM.
Since contemporary dining rooms typically have a clean, modern and sort of minimalistic look, sideboards are not seen often in modern homes. They remain a standard feature of traditional dining rooms as they emphasise the overall traditional style and give the dining area a touch of warmth which in turn creates a unique atmosphere. But in the recent years, sideboards are getting increasingly sought after for contemporary dining rooms as well. Renewed interest in sideboards can partly be explained with the change in dining room furniture trends which put a greater emphasis on functionality.
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.
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.
An antique oak sideboard is quite a find. Good construction of the nineteenth century sideboard has permitted the opportunity of collecting these excellent pieces of furniture. They are now found from coast-to-coast among thousands of antique dealers. Furniture makers are still making the oak sideboard. It is a popular selling piece among many of the great furniture houses in our country. Some factories are now specializing in reproduction furniture and can provide you with style choices from early American, Victorian, and European designs.
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