20 Sideboards From 1stdibs That Will Make History In Your Living Room
One can easily get lost on 1stdibs. A magical platform, where galleries and antique dealers can show off their goods, and trade with clients all over the world, 1stdibs finds a growing exhibitor and client base year after year. A reference within the design world, from categories such as Fashion to Furniture, having work featured and sold on the platform is highly exclusive, thanks to the specially curated selection of sellers. In this article, we share 20 Antique Sideboards From 1stdibs That Will Make History In Your Living Room.
4) Antique Storage Cabinet Hand-Painted by Lew Hudnall
Faux wood grain painted on front and sides with fruit and floral basket theme on doors. Antique furniture piece. Commissioned and hand-painted by American artist Lew Hudnall. Signed and dated 1974.
5) Spectacular Italian Sideboard in the manner of Gio Ponti and Piero Fornasetti
Stunning and beautifully carved large rosewood sideboard in the style of Gio Ponti with a beautiful lacquered print in the style Piero Fornasetti. The top of the piece is finished with abeautiful opaline white Murano glass cover. Possibly made by Dassi, Circa 1955.
6) 1932 Waring and Gillow British Sideboard Hand-Painted by Kensa Design
Originally a 1932 creation of famous furniture makers Waring & Gillow, the sideboard has been refurbished to a very high standard and hand-painted by Kensa Designs. This elegant curved sideboard is large, comprising of storage cupboards to either side with mid height storage shelves, a central bank of three drawers of which the top one has a built in cutlery divider. It has the original lock.
Heritage sideboard by Boca do Lobo. Covered with hand-painted tiles. Interior composed by one door and four drawers covered with gold leafs. It also has two shelves in bronze and glass. Limited edition product.
8) Anthony Double Door Sideboard
A lavish sideboard by Marioni with double doors and ceramic elements in the middle and a glossy black wooden frame. The interior is done in a contrasting color.
9) 18th Century French Louis XIV Cherry Buffet
This very good Louis XIV server is constructed of cherry and retains a rich, warm golden red color. Peg construction throughout the piece is set apart by well carved details that are still crisp and sharp. The piece retains its original finish and has some worming and a very few small water spots with a fresh coating of wax but is in very solid condition and ready to use.
A wonderful credenza or dresser by Edmond J. Spence from the mid-1950s and manufactured in Sweden. Maple wood with a natural finish. The hinged doors open via handles of cut designs which resemble daggers to reveal fitted doors and open shelves. The drawers work well and the interiors are clean. Marked as “made in Sweden” with stenciled markings.
12) Italian Midcentury Design Sideboard
Sideboard in black mirror with gilt brass fillet, four drawers in front, geometric drawings, four feet.
13) Vintage Mid-Century Brutalist Style Dresser
Vintage Mid-Century Brutalist Paul Evans style dresser
14) Rich Red 1970s Sideboard with Stylized Oriental Brass Escutcheons
Good quality warm mottled red and claret colored four-door credenza with oriental motif door plates and contrasting black plinth.
15) Art Deco Sideboard Credenza in Walnut, France, 1935
16) Mid-Century Modern Walnut Credenza
Very nice Mid-Century Modern long walnut credenza dresser.
17) Lacquered Peacock Sideboard Hand-Painted by Kensa Designs
This 21st century sideboard has been fully refurbished to a high standard and hand-painted by Kensa Designs. This brilliant recreated dancing peacock in full splendor helps to elevate a functional sideboard to a luxurious showpiece. Lovingly hand-painted and one of a kind, the peacock is comprised by thousands of brushstrokes which capture the true spirit of the beautiful bird.
18) Italian 18th Century Credenza in Pine
A very handsome 18th century credenza in pine from Northern Italy. Handsome grain pattern and patina. This buffet offers great storage.
19) Greaves Thomas Mid-Century British Sideboard Hand-Painted by Kensa Designs
A superb piece from the Kensa Designs’ collection this classically styled sideboard made Mid-Century by craftsmen in England has been refurbished and intricately hand-painted using ancient Chinese imagery, thereby amalgamating two cultures effortlessly into one luxurious piece of furniture.
20) Bernhard Rohne for Mastercraft Tree of Life Credenza or Sideboard
Monumental ‘Triennale’ sideboard designed by Arne Vodder for Sibast, Denmark. The rarest and best of all the models in this series with steel legs and rosewood tips, reversible doors with original paint and painted draw detail. Staggering piece in beautiful condition.