Sideboard. Thursday , November 02nd , 2017 - 14:59:29 PM
Where do you find your ideal sideboard? One of the best places to start looking is online. Not only is it free; there is a huge selection of retailers with a multitude of different ranges of Sideboards. If you want something grander and akin to the 1770s style, you will be able to find it. If however you want modern, contemporary or sleek, then you are sure to find that as well. Online shopping is a great way to get all the information you need before making your purchase.
The Hepplewhite sideboard would have been used to store silver ware, dinnerware and other dining accoutrements. Modern Sideboards can be used in exactly the same way as the grand Hepplewhite and Chippendale (he also got in on the act) pieces. In the years from 1770, no dining room would have been considered complete without Sideboards. We may not have the grand dining style of the Hepplewhite and Chippendale era, but there is absolutely no reason why we shouldnt have one in modern homes today.
Black ash was the next fad for wooden furniture, swiftly followed by pale ash as a certain Swedish flat pack furniture store started trading in the UK. The 1990s saw us buying beech in our droves. Nowadays, we have returned to oak as the staple for elegant furniture but these days it is often sold in a more natural paler tint. The legacy of years of influence of the Scandinavian designers has left us with many simple lines in current classics like a contemporary oak sideboard.
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