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Neo Sideboard

The art of fine cabinet making

€2578.28

Nova Sideboard

Nova Collection 

€1547.14

Malta Top Bookcase

Urban lovers of contemporary furniture

€1891.14

Malta Bookcase with Drawer

Urban lovers of contemporary furniture

€2149.14

Malta Sideboard

Malta speaks of buildings and architecture, of solidity and uniformity

€2149.14

Sesto Sideboard

It is far away from any anonymous storage system and is characterised by its prismatic doors

€2837.14 €2321.14

A sideboard is a piece of furniture with a flat top and cabinets or drawers, used for storing dishes, linens, or other items, often placed in a dining room or kitchen.

To decorate a sideboard:
  • Functional Items: Place functional items like serving trays, dishes, or baskets to make the sideboard useful for storage.
  • Art and Mirrors: Hang artwork or place a mirror above the sideboard to add visual interest and create a focal point.
  • Greenery: Add potted plants or vases of fresh flowers for a lively touch and a pop of color.
  • Lamps or Candles: Incorporate table lamps or candles to create ambient lighting and enhance the atmosphere.
  • Decorative Objects: Display decorative objects such as sculptures, figurines, or meaningful items to personalize the space.
  • Layered Decor: Arrange items at varying heights to create visual interest and dimension.
  • Books or Magazines: Stack books or magazines for a casual and inviting look.
  • Seasonal Decor: Change decorations seasonally to keep the sideboard fresh and updated.

Remember to maintain balance and cohesion in your decor, ensuring that the items complement each other and the overall style of the room.

While the terms "sideboard" and "buffet" are often used interchangeably, a sideboard typically emphasizes storage, while a buffet is designed for serving, often with a longer, narrower shape. However, modern usage tends to blur these distinctions.

A sideboard is used for storage and serving, often placed in dining rooms or kitchens.

To style a sideboard to match the room:
  • Color Coordination: Use decor items that complement the color scheme of the room.
  • Balance Heights: Arrange items at varying heights to create visual interest.
  • Theme Consistency: Maintain a consistent theme or style with the room's overall design.
  • Personal Touch: Add personal touches such as framed photos or meaningful objects.
  • Greenery: Integrate plants or flowers to bring a touch of nature and freshness.
  • Symmetry or Asymmetry: Create balance with symmetrical arrangements or embrace asymmetry for a more eclectic look.
  • Consider Lighting: If applicable, use decorative lighting fixtures or lamps to enhance the atmosphere.
  • Seasonal Changes: Update the decor seasonally to keep the look current and dynamic.

By aligning the sideboard's decor with the room's aesthetics, you can achieve a cohesive and harmonious overall appearance.

A sideboard table is a furniture piece with a flat top and storage compartments, often used for serving or storage in dining rooms or kitchens.

Eliminate Indian Meal Moths from a cupboard by discarding infested items. For those you wish to keep, freeze them in an airtight bag for 72 hours to eliminate hidden eggs or larvae. Next, meticulously clean the cupboard and use a natural residual Pantry Moth Spray to wipe down all surfaces.

Decorate a living room sideboard by adding a mix of decorative items such as vases, artwork, candles, and plants. Consider balance, height variation, and cohesion with the room's overall style.

The height of a sideboard can vary, but a common range is around 30 to 36 inches (76 to 91 cm). This provides a comfortable height for serving and allows for coordination with the typical height of dining or living room furniture. Choose a height that complements the surrounding pieces and fits the intended function of the sideboard in your space.

An airing cupboard is a small, enclosed space within a home, typically used to store and air linens, towels, and clothing. It often contains a water heater or a central heating system, which provides warmth and helps in drying and airing out the stored items. The primary purpose is to allow for the efficient drying and airing of fabrics, promoting freshness and preventing dampness.

A dining buffet cabinet, raised on legs, offers various storage options with cupboards, drawers, cabinets, and shelves for organization. In contrast, sideboards lack legs, sitting directly on the floor, and typically provide simpler storage with drawers and doors.

To change your cupboard hinges, follow these steps:
Gather Materials:
  • New hinges that match the size and style of the existing ones.
  • Screwdriver or drill.
  • Screws.

Remove the Old Hinges:
  • Open the cupboard door.
  • Unscrew and remove the old hinges from the door and the cupboard frame.
Prepare the New Hinges:If the new hinges are a different size or shape, mark the screw hole locations on the cupboard frame and door using a pencil.
Install the New Hinges:
  • Align the new hinges with the marked locations.
  • Secure the hinges to the cupboard frame using screws.
  • Attach the other part of the hinge to the door using screws.

Adjustments:Check if the door aligns properly with the frame. If not, adjust the hinges accordingly.
Tighten Securely:Ensure all screws are tightened securely to prevent any wobbling or misalignment.
Repeat for Each Hinge:If your cupboard has multiple hinges, repeat the process for each one.
Test the Door:Open and close the cupboard door to ensure smooth movement and proper alignment.
By following these steps, you should be able to successfully change the hinges on your cupboard. If you're unsure, consider consulting the manufacturer's guidelines or seeking help from a professional.

Create a solution by combining equal parts vinegar and warm water, then transfer it to a spray bottle. Spritz the mixture onto cabinets, allow it to sit briefly, and then wipe away with a soft cloth. For heavily soiled cabinets, incorporate a few drops of liquid dishwashing detergent into the vinegar and water solution before cleaning.

Store them upside down for greater stability, as they have a wider top. Storing them right side up can lead to dust accumulation, so opting for the upside-down orientation is recommended.

Create a muslin bag, fill it with camphor, and place it in your closet. Camphor not only absorbs moisture but also imparts a pleasant fragrance to your cupboard. Additionally, add dried neem leaves to one corner of your wardrobe.