By Arielle Meek. Modern Sideboard. Published at Sunday, June 03rd, 2018 - 18:02:50 PM.
These days the sideboard has grown to be extremely well known, & can be used in the lounge as well as the passageway, in the form of cupboard to set the television on, as spot to stow the 'bits & pieces' of every day living, or perhaps simply as a drinks bar. The arrival of slimmer tvs has meant it's possible to easily fit a Television set onto a sideboard, with most of the cables concealed at the rear of it. Not only is a sideboard extremely useful it is usually built to look wonderful & improve your decoration first & foremost.
Once the dishes were washed and dried, the oak sideboard would also be the storage place between meals. The structure of the sideboard was generally five to six-feet in length by eighteen inches deep by thirty-eight to forty-one inches tall. The height was configured to the waist height of the hostess, for the top of the sideboard had to coincide with her ability to carry platters of food to and from the furniture piece. The sideboard had cabinets in the main trunk of the piece with at least one and generally two drawers. The top had to be completely flat without any interruption of its surface as it was the main staging area for serving.
From reasonably priced wood veneer sideboards, to top quality gloss lacquer sideboards from Italy you will find something to accommodate just about any price range. There is a huge selection of designs on the market from smooth contemporary styles with metal legs to conventional with special paint effects like limewashing as well as decorated folk details. The truth is the large selection of shapes and colours available in the market these days means that customers can be quite particular with what they really want, getting a sideboard geared to their space, instead of attempting to develop a space around a sideboard. Even with all of this choice though black, white & wood continue to be the most common colours for sideboards because they are generally more adaptable.
In addition to making the dining room look less empty, sideboards create an inviting atmosphere which in turn makes everyone at the table feel more relaxed. They are not, however, just an aesthetically appealing addition but very practical too. Sideboards are typically used to keep the tableware at hand which helps save space in kitchen cabinets as well as the kitchen itself, enabling the "chef" to focus exclusively on cooking. In addition, a sideboard in the dining area reduces the risk of burnt food and other cooking accidents because the "chef" is not disturbed by a family member who is in charge for setting the table.
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