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Why choose oak sideboards?

There’s a good reason why a wooden sideboard is such a popular item of furniture, it's one of the most versatile pieces in any home. Not only do they function perfectly as a space-saving storage facility, but they’re also a stylish accent piece, or an extra surface to display your belongings. Sideboards are such highly regarded pieces and can completely transform a room, hence why they have stood the test of time!

An oak sideboard can be used anywhere in the house, whether that's in in the dining room paired with dining table and chairs, in the living room matched to a coffee table, combined with a dresser in the kitchen, or placed below a clock in a hallway.

Our solid wood sideboards are ideal for storing plates, cutlery and any other dining and living room essential items. Our collection is so versatile that it would look just as good in a kitchen, hallway, or landing. A sideboard can also serve as a stylish drinks cabinet in the kitchen, perfect for when you have guests over and want to show off your cocktail making skills.

Explore our traditional and contemporary sideboard styles made from high-quality solid oak or painted finishes such as grey, white or a cream sideboard. For more styling ideas, take a look at our blog post - how to style your sideboard.

Why choose wooden sideboards?

All our sideboards are built to the highest standards and use solid hardwood (oak, mango or painted hardwood) throughout, including the bases, backs, and drawers. All the dovetail joints have been screwed, pinned and glued to ensure supreme strength and longevity. Made with the finest solid oak, our oak sideboards bring timeless appeal and are made for life, so there’s no need to keep repurchasing new furniture. The wood is finished with our signature wax sheen to protect and enhance the beauty of the natural oak grain and keep it looking great for years to come.

What is a sideboard cabinet used for?

Sideboards are typically used for storage, ideal for dinnerware such as plates, cutlery, linen and any other dining and living room essentials needed within easy reach. Our collection is so versatile that it would look just as good in a kitchen, hallway, bedroom or landing. A living room sideboard works especially well to store books, games, children’s toys, blankets or any other loose living room items that need a home. A kitchen sideboard can serve as a stylish drinks cabinet, perfect for when you have guests over and want to show off your cocktail-making skills. Sideboards with drawers can act as great space-savers, helping you to organise items neatly as well as doubling up as decorative display areas for plants, artwork and precious ornaments. For more tips, head over to our practical guide to sideboards blog.

Should I get a small or large sideboard?

Start by assessing what your room needs and the overall aesthetic you are looking to create. Depending on the space you have available you can either opt for a small sideboard, which often sits taller with less width, or a large low sideboard, which stands shorter in height but often has more width and depth to it, generally roomier to store bigger household items. For example, if you’re looking at a sideboard cupboard for a compact hallway, our small sideboards are a great way to hide clutter, add interest or fill an unused gap without dominating such a high footfall area. Use the taller sideboard space to store shoes and then house your phone, plants, and family pictures on the top surface. Alternatively, in a bigger open-plan living space, you could use a large sideboard to create a focal point in an unused alcove or to expand your kitchen storage.

Do sideboards have to match my dining table?

If you’re looking to create a cohesive dining room look, then choosing coordinating pieces from the same range is the best approach. For a traditional feel, explore our Hove painted range featuring the ideal cream sideboard and dining table combo. For a more contemporary style, try mixing up your dining table and sideboard choices but stick to a similar aesthetic, like echoing a design detail such as the wooden fluting effect seen in both our Stowe & Oliver ranges.


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