What’s In Store: Simply Chic Modern Sideboards

Storage isn’t necessarily an exciting thing in and of itself, but when it comes to chic modern sideboards, almost anything can be stored in style.  Generally long and narrow, classic sideboards are equally at home off to the side in a living room or dining area, or front and center, greeting guests as they arrive through a grand entryway or equally long, narrow foyer.  Since they’re typically used for not just storage but also for displaying the picture frames, vases and other tchochkes of note atop their flat upper surfaces, where sideboards are concerned, less is generally more.  With an exception or two in today’s roundup (see “Evolution” by Emmemobili, for example), most of the sideboards we’ve rounded up are illustrative of what generally comes to mind alongside the term itself: simple, sleek, traditional yet un-fussy cabinetry that stays low to the ground, out of the way, and gets the job done in an understated manner.

modern sideboard

Sideboard by Sergio Brioschi for Jesse


metallic sideboard

Contemporary Sideboard by Rifleshi



unique sideboard

Evolution Sideboard by Emmemobili


white sideboard

Glossy White Sideboard by Rossetto


walnut sideboard

Modern Walnut Mission Sideboard by Vermont Wood Studios


blue sideboard

Lo-Borg Sideboard by Dune


black glass sideboard

Lyneus Sideboard by Acerbis


white sideboards

Nemea Sideboard by Alfredo Haberli


lighted glass sideboard

Porsche Sideboard by Poggenpohl


chic wooden sideboard

The Wave Sideboard by Russell Pinch


Lo-Borg sideboard found at Dune.