Sideboard storage with a twist … Sideboards provide fabulous and functional storage solutions for lounges and dining rooms. There are some super stylish retro looking pieces which have been designed with a twist. The Reflect Sideboard by Soren Rose Studio for Danish furniture brand Muuto has a classic shape but features quirky drawer detailing. This is available in natural looking oak or sexy black. For an updated version of a mid-century sideboard take a look at the Moodi 180 Sideboard by Zweed. The twist here is the reversible sliding doors which allow you to alter the appearance. There are 3 sets of doors – orange, warm grey and steel blue, each set contains a white door and 2 coloured doors in different tones of the colour with oak on the reverse. So simply alternate the doors to achieve a different look. For something more traditional looking, the Tone Cabinet is a modern interpretation of Japanese parquetry using 3 different coloured timbers. It has a variety of drawers making it both functional and attractive and is designed by Takashi Ueno, Mamoru Naito and Keizaburo Honda. The WrongWoods Low Cabinet is a storage unit designed by British artist Richard Woods and designer Sebastian Wrong. They have enhanced the grain of wood in 3 distinctive colour ways. All these sideboards are from Haus London. For an updated 50s style cabinet the White Grid Retro Sideboard Console has been hand silk screen printed so each piece is unique, available from Alexander and Pearl. Credits: text by Homegirl London, images courtesy of Haus London and Alexander and Pearl.
Reflect Sideboard by Soren Rose Studio, Muuto, £2,390,
Moodi 180 Sideboard by Zweed, £2,100,
Tone Cabinet by Takashi Ueno, Mamoru Naito and Keizaburo Honda, £3,895,
WrongWoods Low Cabinet by Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong, £2,580,
White Grid Retro Sideboard Console, £1,275,