Get Spring Clean With These Statement Sideboards

Get Spring Clean With These Statement Sideboards

Spring is here and with it the sweetness of a new season. As life flourishes all around, the chance to form new habits looms large. And while we can’t all be Marie Kondo, we can look for designs that will help us stay organized. Every year we select 10 statement sideboards from our Spring collection to help you take control of the clutter. Ranging from smooth ash sideboards to vibrant glass credenzas, this is our shortlist…

Tropez Sideboard by Cattelan Italia

First on the list is this modern sideboard from Cattelan Italia. Striking in its simplicity, it’s ample front is enlivened by geometric detailing that adds a retro touch to this otherwise contemporary unit. Suitable for a wide variety of interior schemes, it’s one of our most-coveted sideboards this season.

Atlante 3 Sideboard by Porada

Last year at Milan Design Week, Porada delighted the world with their new ash wood finish. A brave departure from their usual rich Canaletta walnuts, the Atlante 3 reveals the new look in full splendour. Light in hue, its stunning grains are doubly evident, making it the perfect accompaniment for Scandi or Italian interiors alike.

Tratto Sideboard by Bonaldo

One of the key trends this spring is block colour accents. Old favourites such as Cherokee Red and Lions Mane herald a return to Frank Lloyd Wright’s warm, autumnal hues, used sparingly to add depth and verve. Tratto by Bonaldo offers one such masterclass, using rich colours to emphasise the play between filled volumes and voids in this contemporary sideboard.

Plana Sideboard by Fiam

Glass furniture in 2019 should be vibrant and full of life. Fiam’s Plana exemplifies this belief, presenting gently curved doors in a highly textured acid-etched finish. Striking from every angle, it gains special resonance in open, light-filled residences, at once a beloved storage unit and decorative focal point.

CH825 Sideboard by Carl Hansen & Son

The CH825 is an iconic sideboard from Carl Hansen & Son. While minimal in aesthetic, its timeless silhouette conceals highly-technical rolled shutter doors which seem to disappear into the side panels when opened. Originally designed in 1959, such painstaking attention to detail reveals why this brand has remained the master of Danish design for so long.

Perf Sideboard by Diesel x Moroso

All perforated detailing and bold colours, Perf oozes urban appeal. The result of an ongoing collaboration between Diesel and Moroso, it’s an edgy sideboard for young, creative homes.

Matrioska Credenza by Knoll

Existing somewhere between a striking display cabinet and an elegant chest, the Matrioska Credenza is a new kind of sideboard. The brainchild of Piero Lissoni, it fuses stylish cubby holes with elegant drawers to create a versatile unit that can display and conceal all at once.

Absolut Sideboard by Cattelan Italia

This spring, why not indulge in a little luxury? The Cattelan Italia Absolut Sideboard features a plush quilted leather front which adds an immediate shot of glamour to dining rooms and hallways.

Stars Sideboards by Laurameroni

Entirely clad in burnished metal, Stars is a unique, statement sideboard. Designed by the glamorous Italian brand, Laurameroni, it creates unique light reflections which embellish its surroundings with a warm, luxurious glow. A dramatic focal point for artistic homes, it promises to surprise and delight for years to come.

Pandora Light Sideboard by Gallotti & Radice

Last but not least is the Pandora Light Sideboard by Gallotti & Radice. All stunning glass and patinated bronze, it lets your favourite items take pride of place, transforming the act of storage into a beloved design opportunity. We recommend pairing it with the Bolle 1 Table Lamp for extra style points.


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