Mid-Century Luxury

Take a look at this really cool and unique sideboard, created by the master craftsmen of Denmark. Continue Reading ➝

This fascinating sideboard with a seamless tambour front was created by the renowned Danish cabinetmaker duo of Søren Nissen and Ebbe Gehl. The sideboard is part of their famous Naver Collection, a furniture series inspired by the Mid-Century modern era.

This particular item, the AK 2730 features a body and side tambour doors made of solid wood, a scratch-resistant white Corian countertop, and stainless steel wire legs and handles. The choice of wood for the cabinet includes ash, oak and walnut. Inside, it has three compartments with slide-out drawers and adjustable shelves. Price is around $3800 for this stunning sideboard, handmade in Denmark.

Images © Naver Collection / Aksel Kjersgaard A/S / Gramrode Møbelfabrik A/S

Framed Cabinets by IDÉE

These sideboards by Japanese IDÉE feature a solid wood frame that holds a random pattern of drawers inside.
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The Contour sideboard series is manufactured by IDÉE, a Japanese producer of Nordic style furniture. The cabinets are made of maple, walnut or narra wood, and are available in various sizes and colors. Prices start at around $200.

I really like the narra frame with the light green and white stained drawers. The darker version has a cool retro style, with a color pallette that is reminiscent of the 60’s. Also by IDÉE is the popular ‘tiny sofa’, we’ve presented earlier.

Images © IDÉE

TARVA Sideboard Pimped Up

We used white wood stain and IKEA Bagganäs knobs to upgrade the looks of this IKEA Tarva sideboard. Continue Reading ➝

The IKEA Tarva sideboard is a good option when you’re on a low budget. It’s made of solid wood, has relatively good storage space and it’s very cheap. Its basic appearance can be changed in many ways, here we upgraded it with white wood stain and golden IKEA Bagganäs knobs to give it a fancier look. It cost all together just $115.

Images © Nordic Home / IKEA


WEAVED Sideboard & Chair

This exquisite sideboard was inspired by traditional Swedish basket weaving techniques. Continue Reading ➝

Weave sideboard was created by Swedish designer Lukas Dahlén and was inspired by traditional Swedish basket weaving techniques. This exquisite furniture is made of solid ash wood, and features weaved ash veneer weaved sides and doors.  The designer uses a similar concept, but with thicker, laminated wood strips in his lounge chair item called Webster.

Dahlén studied at the famous Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm, and started his own design company in 2006.

Images © Lukas Dahlén 

NO 216 Cabinet

This unique sideboard was designed by acclaimed Swedish designer Jesper Ståhl for Voice. Continue Reading ➝

This unique sideboard was designed by acclaimed Swedish designer Jesper Ståhl for Voice. The exterior dimensions of the cabinet are exactly that of the standard A0 paper size, and then the shelves divide themselves all day way down to the A8 size, just like if we kept folding a piece of paper always in half. I guess, this furniture would be ideal for designers who are are having trouble remembering the common paper sizes. The body and legs are made of solid ash wood, while the doors are white lacquered.

Images © Bodil Bergqvist, Karl Anderson / Voice AB