The sideboard in the interior design
Sideboards are useful pieces of furniture in every home. This can be said with a clear conscience. These are found on the market in a variety of styles and they usually perform a variety of functions. A sideboard is often a great addition to any interior. You will find these in bedrooms, offices and many other rooms at home.
The following examples prove this. They continue to show great ideas for sideboard decorating.
If you want to have more storage space in the bedroom, you usually choose a dresser. But this does not make the sideboard superfluous. A sideboard can be placed in tricky places, where the dresser fits badly. Both pieces of furniture complement each other wonderfully and together they are a great solution for more storage space!
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Sideboards in the living room
In the living room, a sideboard can fulfill almost infinite different functions. You could put the TV on it. Inside you can easily hide your electronics and maybe some ugly cables.
You can decorate the sideboard abundantly and make it an eye-catcher in the room. The whole thing becomes particularly effective if you place the sideboard in front of a wall with a hanging mirror.
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Place sideboards in the office and decorate
Do you want to have as much room in the office as possible? Then refrain from the large and extensive cabinets. A sideboard saves you space. Here, a beautifully decorated sideboard is the perfect counterpart to a salon-style wall.
In the hallway
Corridors are, in principle, some of the most difficult places for interior decoration. We often neglect them. If your hallway is wide enough, then a sideboard would be useful and appropriate. It should best correspond stylistically with the rest of the house and thus serve for the smooth transition to other premises. At the same time you could stow a lot in it, for which there is otherwise no place in the apartment.
Less decoration - more shine and glamor
In difficult to design premises
You always have some difficult to design rooms at home. With its clear lines, nothing would be more suitable here than a sideboard. Decorate this in a suitable style and you have a fabulous result.
And some history
Instead of a conclusion today we want to tell something about the history of this piece of furniture. Sideboards have been around since the 18th century. Her ancestor was a certain model of long tables. These often had a marble surface. They were kept in dining rooms to store food and other products. Robert Adam, the Scottish architect and furniture designer came up with the idea to make something out of these pieces of furniture. He added drawers at both ends of the table. This idea was taken up and further developed by the furniture designer Thomas Shearer. He brought the sideboard to the shape we know today.
Decorate your sideboard in time for Christmas
Or create a meditative Zen atmosphere
Unpretentious and purist with photos and hydrangeas
Modest vintage flair in the living room
Less is often more
Elegant minimalist decoration
Futuristic design of aluminum and copper wire
Shabby Chic meets Neo-Baroque
Festive mood with silver shine
White ceramics and black porcelain
Purist in white
Brass urn and Buddha statue for that special meditative touch
Straight lines, ceramic vases and elephant
High gloss and minimalistic decoration of porcelain and metal
Curved lines of ceramic
Square wooden shapes
Mouth blown colorful glass in graceful shape
Modern design in white
More great decorating ideas can be found at Inter IKEA Systems, for example