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Staggering Buffets and Sideboards of Neutral ColourWednesday 7 December 2016
There is an agreement amongst many interiors designers that certain colours can create a pared-down look that resembles everything and anything for the exception of austereness. As a matter of fact, neutrals colours do not have to be considered boring as they are quite endorsed when decorating, for example, a neutral palette does not always to begin and end in beige or white. Today, we are soliciting a few advises on how to select staggering buffets and sideboards in your lovely home.
When art becomes a sideboard your room acquires an evermore-inspiring atmosphere. The Mondrian sideboard is more art than utilitarian furniture. Undoubtedly, it constitutes a unique and collectable object that is different from anything else and exudes a sense of both experimental design and luxury.
Wilson 3 Drawer Storage Cabinet by Gus Modern – This versatile Wilson Cabinet storage unit features a walnut cabinet, complemented by white lacquered doors and drawers. It features integrated handles and self-closing hardware. The doors conceal adjustable shelves.
Soho Sideboard by Boca do Lobo – Soho gave name to one of Boca do Lobo’s collections; this piece was also responsible for the first international steps of the brand. The sideboard was presented for the first time in London, one of the biggest and international stages of design. The attitude and irreverence reflected by this piece made it an iconic piece for the brand.
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Sierra Cabinet by Claesson Koivisto Rune. This cabinet was uniquely designed with a sculptural allure while carefully maintaining aesthetical balance and harmony. The doors are engineered with intricate precision to create a vibrant 3-D pattern on its surface. It is then covered with reconstituted wood veneer that runs in different directions.
Delphine Bar by Jonathan Adler can be summarised as minimalist forms meet maximalist glamour. This alluring cabinet displays an antiqued glass with a polished brass base.
Jet Set Buffet by Bernhardt – A Buffet with stripe Sapele veneers and caviar finish with gold finish base. It has four wrapped doors quilted in white bonded leather with nailhead.
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