Let us bring you back to the glorious mid 20th-century atmosphere with these ‘must-have‘ mid-century sideboards.
The mid-century style was born around the time of Hollywood stars such as Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra or Charles Chaplin. Nowadays, the interior design so characteristic of those decades is getting everybody’s attention due to the graceful shapes of its furniture. One of the most famous pieces are mid-century sideboards, which can still be used in your home even today!
Let’s discuss why mid-century sideboards, in general, are great pieces for every interior design lover!
First of all, visually, it can separate the space. It can create a boundary between a kitchen or dining area and living room. So, a place like a studio would look more divided into different zones.
Secondly, a mid-century credenza can create a sleek look in the room with its materials and elegant lines. The shapes even will make a floating view of the surroundings of the area.
Lastly, mid-century modern credenza can be used for multiple purposes such as: drinks cabinet, books or any other items storage, that will elegantly hide what doesn’t have to be seen!
As the Essential Home is also inspired by the Hollywood stars and the interior design of that decade, these 3 mid-century sideboard pieces will definitely leave you breathless. And the most amazing fact- you can have them, as well, and go back to the famed past!
Edith sideboard – is covered with a soft velvet, and stands out for its high-end look at the top. Its curvy shape body and simple legs made of brass gives a wonderful contrast. That is why it is an amazing storage piece for the mid-century lovers!
Anthony sideboard – Retro and contemporary style combination. It is produced in solid walnut wood, topped by a white polished marble and supported by brass square feet. Doors with its accented rounded edges and the brass trim all over the body is definitely a mid-century modern home inspiration for an office, living room or a bedroom.
Kahn sideboard – Inspired by the monumental and monolithic style of Louis Kahn, is produced in black poplar, a type of cottonwood, and brass trims that make it unique and luxurious. It perfectly fits in a living room or even an office!