Today we share with you the best sideboards to use in your master bedroom.
Though sideboards were originally created as additional serving surfaces for dining rooms, they’ve come a long way, and we’re totally convinced that they’re one of the most useful pieces around. Thanks to their wide-ranging styles and versatile functionality, they make a great addition to a master bedroom.
A sideboard can tuck into low-slung spaces such as under a window sash while still giving you plenty of places to stash your stuff.
We looked at Houzz and we found the best sideboards that interior designers used in their master bedroom projects. Take a look!
Heidi Caillier Design advises: “Get useful storage with a midcentury feel by incorporating a 1950s sideboard as a dresser in your bedroom. Offset the warm wood with cool-toned accessories, and bring nature inside with leafy plants like this fiddle-leaf fig.”
This Luxury master bedroom was leveled up by this amazing mirrored sideboard – Karla Trincanello.
How do you add interest to a master bedroom? Through a large piece of furniture painted in a diamond pattern. The colors are soft, but the pattern is bold, still keeping the room airy but giving it interest- Elad Gonen
The owner of this modern loft was attracted to the idea of pastel colors and an eclectic mix of styles but did not know if it was possible to incorporate these ideas into a modern space. With the use of subtle pastel watercolor paintings and a combination of different furniture styles, Kimberly Demmy Design was able to successfully integrate a unique mix of pieces into a timeless modern space.
This modern white bedroom is warmed by cherry wood floors and a painted cove ceiling. The tea table and upholstered chairs give the client a relaxing spot for overlooking the garden and bay. – Michael Wolk Design Associates