Published at Tuesday, March 06th, 2018 - 00:33:12 AM. . By Victoria Beckwith.
The oak sideboard today is a highly sought after piece of furniture. It is still used as a convenient storage cabinet, but it is now found in several other rooms of the house other than the dining room. Some sideboards are being used as decorative furniture pieces in living rooms and even in the foyer of larger houses. Bedrooms are converting sideboards into dressing tables and the location of the bedroom TV set. The modern office now also features a sideboard as a convenient and handsome credenza to augment lack of storage not found in the desk.
Trying to increase the space in your lounge or dining area? A sideboard could possibly be the solution. Attractive & ultra functional, sideboards have leaped in popularity lately, & it is no great surprise why. To begin with, what is considered to be a sideboard? Sideboards is fairly diverse word, spanning free standing, low to moderate height cabinets, which commonly include sliding or hanging doors or drawers, or even a combination of both. In fact, although a chest of drawers & a sideboard are twodistinct items, the word sideboard is commonly used more to talk about the general appearance, for instance a long, low chest of drawers with legs can also be a sideboard. Initially made for the dining-room, sideboards used to be a place to keep utensils, crockery, napkins, glasses & beverages, & were also known as a buffet.
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