This long teak sideboard was made in Italy.
Seltenes Sideboard OS36 entworfen von Arne Vodder. Das Sideboard hat Schiebetüren, ein Barfach und die Hinterseite ist furniert. Vollständig restauriert.
This teak sideboard with tambour doors was designed by Arne Vodder, and manufactured by Sibast in Denmark.
This teak sideboard with tambour doors was designed by Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen, and produced by Søborg Møbler in Denmark.
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Console designed by Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin around the 1970s, lacquered in a pale buttercream/lemon chiffon. With clean lines, the piece has an overall minimal appearance, with the four doors concealing shelving on one side, and two drawers, including a flatware tray, on the other.
This bird´s-eye maple wood chest of drawers in the style of Milo Baughman is trimmed with a brass and chrome border. The piece features four drawers lined in blonde wood.
This sideboard and mirror was produced in the 1950s in Germany. It is made from a two-tone sideboard, with a body in dak stained wood and the doors in a light-colored maple. There are two cupboards and two drawers. The dimensions given below are for the entire piece. The sideboard measures: width 130cm, depth 46cm, height 52cm.
This vintage sideboard has a walnut veneered sideboard and was produced between the 1960s and 1970s.
This large rosewood sideboard was manufactured in the 1960s, probably by Fristho. In a very good vintage condition. The sideboard has a small 1cm split, see images.
This vintage sideboard is made of white lacquered wood with brass handles. It has three doors with geometric incisions. The sideboard was produced in Italy in the 1970s.
This teak sideboard was designed by Ib Kofod Larsen, in Denmark. This sideboard was most likely produced in the 1960s. This minimalistic sideboard is veneered in teak and has a contrasting strip on the top at the front where the grain of the wood goes vertical instead if horizontal.
This sideboard was produced by Bartels in Germany around 1960. The sideboard features a solid teak frame and four drawers with two sliding doors on each side.
Model DB02 sideboard designed by Cees Braakman in the 1950s as part of the ‘birch series’ for Pastoe (Netherlands). The sideboard has been fully refinished and is in a very good condition with some signs of use on the top appropriate to the age. A previous owner has made two holes in the back of the sideboard to put cables through. The doors are veneered in teak and have a lively red/brown color. The rest of the sideboard is veneered in birch.
This vintage sideboard is made of pale teak. It features three central drawers and two cupboards. The main structure of the sideboard has a softer color and grain, with paler legs, skirting, and frame across the top. The sideboard is shorter than most sideboards tend to be. For future care, use good quality beeswax four to five times a year - as well as a regular buffing-up with a soft, dry cloth.
This vintage Danish sideboard is made of teak and features four drawers with molded inset drawer pulls. The sideboard is raised upon bulbous tapering legs.
A sideboard made out of cream colored oak. The symmetry of this design combined with the graphical pattern on the doors adds a brutalist expression to this sideboard. It contains plenty of storage with shelves on the inside and 4 drawers in the middle.
This Italian sideboard from the 1960s is made of teak with brass handles, a glass top and a mirrored back border. The sideboard has eight drawers and four sliding doors behind each of which is a removable shelf.