As design lovers, it is unavoidable to be updated about the best furniture that is produced in the world. In order to rate our preferences, we selected the most beautiful sideboards of the world.Diamond by Boca do Lobo
We start with Heritage sideboard, from Boca do Lobo. This Heritage sideboard version inspired in Portuguese traditions presents you a different number of layers, where each one tells you a different story. To acquire Heritage is to go through different times and centuries by one single piece.
It is tribute to the hand painted tiles of Portuguese history. Inside this modern sideboard you will find a golden interior that will make you remember the Portuguese historical buildings, which normally presented interiors with a lot of ornaments and gold. With Heritage Sideboard tales still come with tiles.
It is impossible to not fall in love with Tout Va Bien, designed by the duo Antoine Audiau and Manuel Warosz for the Spanish ultra hip manufacturer BD Barcelona. The Tout Va Bien sideboard fuses multitude of styles and emotions into an avant-garde design.Altdeutsche chest sideboard by Moooi
Although originality was already evoked, it is relevant to call it again: Wrongwoods collection, designed by the British artist Richard Woods for Established & Sons, is a living proof of 1950s furniture.
Crates Sideboard, designed by Mark van der Gronden, is an iconic piece. The series of cabinets have a simple design concept: a steel frame with multicoloured, second hand crates, which act as drawers in the steel construction. Shortly: a unique furniture.
The sophistication of Bentley sideboard let us unarmed: the exclusive sideboard from Christopher Guy derives from a rare 1950s Bentley, spotted on the streets of London by Christopher.
Eracle Sideboard, from Max Alto, conquered us: it is a simple, defined design with front faces marked with strips that characterize the doors and the unexpected brick lacquered interior.
We finish with the undeniable sophistication of Orione Lux sideboard designed by Antonio Citterio for MaxAlto, which offers a contemporary perspective on the elegance of the ‘40s.