A perfect decorating item for your living room, glass sideboards are easy to maintain and add aesthetic appeal to your living room. Primarily intended to store towels, napkins or utensils, the use of glass sideboard furniture have changed drastically over the years. Buffets and Cabinets share with you a selection of stylish and unique glass sideboards you will need in your house. Some of the sideboards also have additional compartments so that you have extra space to your living room. Use your glass sideboards to display your finest dinnerware and decorative items. Take a look!
At 5th Avenue, we can visit The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Boca do Lobo pays a tribute to this cultural center by creating Metropolitan, a sober yet elegant sideboard.
Tonelli Liber Glass Sideboard.
Glass Sideboard Miami by Tonin Casa.
The Psiche sideboard from Tonelli Design is a fine example of the exceptional quality glass furniture produced by this high-end Brand. Everything Tonelli make is beautifully finished, including their glass dining tables, coffee tables, contemporary mirrors and the fabulous sideboards.
The Mogg Vetrinetty Sideboard is 100% made in Italy and is designed by Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba for up & coming Italian brand Mogg Design.
The idea for this modern sideboard comes from the past when doors and windows were often decorated with different glasses. The finished piece has a magical and ethereal look thanks to the beautiful finishes and delicate textures of each glass.
The Pandora Light Sideboard is a truly unique, luxury piece. Designed by Pinuccio Borgonovo for Italian brand Gallotti & Radice and made in Italy.
The Pandora has a structure made from 8mm tempered glass painted in a patinated bronze and an extra light transparent finish. This gives the sideboard a new dimension when on display. The base shelf is solid wood which is lacquered in either gold leaf or Emperador Brown satin marble.
The New York-style buffet was as its name reflects, inspired by a trip to New York. James Salmond was inspired by the sun that beautifully reflected onto the high rise buildings of New York City where the panes of glass were slightly different in their reflection. As the high rise buildings were mainly all glass, this translated into the New York Buffet as rectangular beveled mirrors to get more refracted light and a dappled effect.
Minimalist forms meet Maximalist glamour in this Delphine Credenza by Jonathan Adler. Antiqued glass with a polished brass base. Two double-door compartments open to reveal a bright robin’s egg blue interior fitted with two adjustable shelves. Quatrefoil handles and escutcheons add a decorative flourish to the simple form.
The bold design of this sideboard features geometric shapes, glossy surfaces, and an art deco inspiration. The structure was finished with shellac in elegant black, while the front panels of the three doors are covered in white glass and feature a complex texture reminiscent of the structure of a pyramid.
Taupe King Crocodile Leather Wrapped Mirrored Sideboard