So, you have a mid-century style house and you want to furnish it to get a stunning decor? Check this selection of mid-century modern sideboards and buffets and get inspired!
Miniforms mid-century style Skap sideboards with built-in audio. The mid-century look is there, but so is the color, a built-in high-quality audio system, a wireless Bluetooth receiver and audio inputs. You can get it as a horizontal or vertical sideboard.
Retro Sideboard by James Design. It’s a collaboration between designer Nick James and artist Bridget Jones, who has added in a limited edition screen printed Formica for the front on the European oak cabinet. Looks amazing.
Monocles is a sideboard built entirely out of solid walnut wood, accented by its gold-plated brass front doors that feature a protruding circular design. These circles are then engraved to the back and side of the unit, giving it an extreme character and high-end look. It is a perfect furniture piece for retro lovers or mid-century admirers, giving the knurling knobs on the drawers or the tapered legs.
1960s-style Buckley sideboard at Joybird. The US maker and retailer has this stylised midcentury design worthy of a place in The Jetsons’ house on its shelves right now. Angles aplenty, but beyond the headline, looks is a very functional piece of furniture with plenty of storage.
Dandy is a sleek and stylish sideboard. Since it is very versatile, it can be used as a drinks cabinet and be placed both in a living or dressing room. Its body is entirely made of solid walnut wood and it resembles a kitsch radio because of its shape and the use of grill cloth on the doors. It is accented by a brass trim on the body edges and supported by tapered legs with brass ferrules. The best from Scandinavian design roots.
Enzo sideboard is made in American walnut and was designed by Rosanna Ceravolo Design.
The UK produced “Circle” teak sideboard by Nathan Furniture with an inlaid veneer design, pull out cabinet, large main compartment with shelf and three drawers graduating in size. It’s in a good original vintage condition with signs of use as sown on the pictures.
A mid-century sideboard with an art deco inspiration, Vincent is a timeless example of good taste. With a white marble base and a body handmade in solid walnut, it is the amount of detail that went into building this mid-century credenza that makes it unique. Vincent boasts an Estremoz marble countertop, and a one of a kind brushed gold cladding on the two doors at the front that contrast with the four slender brushed gold legs holding the structure in place. This modern sideboard would look great in an art deco living room, as well as a modern dining room with a classic twist.