How to choose the right sideboard for your home
There are so many ways to use a sideboard these days, it’s hard to know where to start your search. Here we take a look BoConcept’s range and how to choose the right sideboard for your home.
Sideboards were originally designed to place food dishes on while being served in the dining room but fast-forward to 2016 and their function has changed dramatically. A sideboard can now be used in a living room, a dining room or even a larger bedroom. They are ideal as storage pieces on a practical level but are also attractive furniture pieces to create a beautiful display of your favourite possessions. With BoConcept’s classic range of Scandinavian style sideboards, choose from a range of finishes such as walnut or espresso oak veneer, white or black lacquer and customize your piece with a variety of leg styles and in some cases handles too.
BoConcept offers a wide range of sideboards that are as beautifully designed as they are functional and minimal in form. Staying true to its pure Scandinavian roots, each sideboard is designed with it’s own unique character and style in mind.
The Lugano sideboard designed by Morten Georgsen is part of the wider Lugano range and caters to all your storage and display needs. Available in a range of sizes, colours and finishes including walnut veneer, espresso oak or lacquered white or black, the Lugano offers a solid choice for customisation. You can even choose from a range of leg shapes and finishes in brushed steel or oak. In keeping with it’s traditional Scandinavian roots, the Lugano sideboard is sleek and minimal in it’s design with stunning geometric lines that make it an investment statement piece for any room.
This Milano sideboard has the option of drop down doors and customizable handles to make for easy storage to hide away any unsightly cables around your dining or living space. Elegantly positioned on angled steel legs, this is a handsome sideboard that won’t take up too much space and is ideal for urban living. The main body of the sideboard, as well as the handles are available in a range of finishes so you can make your own stamp on yours.
The Ottawa sideboard designed by the renowned designer Karim Rashid is part of the wider Ottawa range, which includes a complete dining room set with table, chairs, sideboard and cabinet. It is recognizable by its four pronged legs, which add a little quirky Danish style to your room. Distinctive in style yet very practical, the Ottawa makes a statement on its own as a decorative display piece. A long and slender sideboard, the Ottawa is made up of a series of pull out drawers, so works perfectly in a bedroom as well as your living or dining areas.
The Fermo is a no nonsense type of sideboard with a minimal sleek design and smooth subtle lines. Mounted on its signature hairpin steel legs, the Fermo combines balanced proportions with a unique Scandinavian feel. Available in a range of colours and finishes, as well as customisable drop down and pull out drawers. The Fermo sideboard offers great storage and beautiful design combined in one compact unit.
The Copenhagen sideboard is just one optional component of the newly launched Copenhagen wall system. The Copenhagen is a fully customizable system that can be a sideboard, a bookcase, a TV unit, an entire shelving or all of the above in one unique designed made to measure for your room. Choose from a range of add on doors that can open vertically or horizontally opt for simplicity with classic open shelving if you’re looking for a display piece only.
Browse the full BoConcept Sydney range of furniture online, or simply visit one of their Sydney furniture stores at either Crows Nest or Moore Park. Talk to one of their in store Interior Designers about how you can customize your own sideboard, to suit your needs!
Need some styling tips? Check out the video below to see how one of BoConcept Sydney’s Interior Designers, Stephanie style the Fermo sideboard with 2 different looks. For more styling videos, you can subscribe to their Youtube channel for regular new video content.