Luxury Sideboards are truly unique furniture design pieces – besides acting as the perfect storage element for any dining room design, it also has the ability to fill empty spaces according to your aesthetic preferences. Today Inspiration and Ideas brings you a selection of gorgeous modern sideboard ideas that can be the perfect fit for any London place. Ready?
With the style of a precious jewel, the Diamond sideboard in emerald green will create a stir in interior design. This luxury sideboard also features three heavily sculptured doors that lead to a gold leaf interior with a shelf and two drawers. A great addition to any modern space!
The Heritage Sideboard is a magnificent journey through Portuguese heritage. The architectural cabinet is covered with azulejos, traditional hand-painted tiles and one of the most representative art forms of Portuguese culture, depicting different scenes from the time of the country’s discoveries.
Azulejo, the Portuguese term for hand-painted tiles, is a clay or ceramic plate piece, generally with a square shape decorated with glazed colorful designs. The paintwork is done with water-based paint, a powder that is mixed with water to work the density.
When art becomes an exceptional piece of furniture, interiors take on a world-class atmosphere of modern style. Perceived as a collector’s item, this luxury sideboard is born of geometric lines and unpredictably paired with stylish details.
Wood carving is a slow and hard activity that starts by using large cutting tools and ends with small blades. The finest wood craft is always a dedicated and detailed process from the hands of the best master artisans.
The Symphony Sideboard is a statement piece whose modern design mimics the grandeur of classic church organ pipes. Synonymous with innovation and flawless execution, the Symphony is one of the most exquisite pieces to grace the Limited Edition collection. It is methodically handcrafted by a variety of master artisans, from specialized goldsmiths to passionate woodcarvers.
The process of metalwork starts by melting metal into a liquid, pouring it in a mold with a cavity of the desired shape and size, and removing the material, or casting after the final work gets cool and then solidified. Then it can be ejected or even broken out of the mold.
The Lapiaz Sideboard takes exceptional craftsmanship and design to a new dimension. This contemporary design piece finds beauty in the most unexpected places and is inspired by authentic karst formations.
Its organic features are achieved through the hand installation of polished brass and a sharp finish of polished stainless steel, creating a perfect mirror.