How To Make Your Home Look Tidy With A Reclaimed Wood Sideboard

In newer houses, we often find ourselves struggling for places to keep things. Space has become more and more precious, and as a result, good storage space is hard to come by.

Reclaimed Wood Sideboards
However, our wide range of sideboards at Modish Living is here to help. Slim, with plenty of storage, a sideboard may be the answer to all your storage demands.

The Large Farringdon Reclaimed Wood Sideboard is perfect for in either your lounge or dining room. The shelves are a perfect spot for keeping glassware or extra china, and the drawers are great for keeping any clutter neatly tucked away. 

The best thing about our sideboards is that they don’t look purpose made for storage. The beautiful reclaimed wood and stunning designs blend with the rest of your furniture and make a gorgeous piece in your room. 

Our Raw Reclaimed Wood Sideboard is a perfect example of this. The two large cupboards with elegant long handles will look ultra chic in the most modern homes and the space inside provides plenty of storage space. You could even place it on your landing as a place to keep extra bed linens. 

The Marius Driftwood Reclaimed Wood Sideboard is certainly a way of making a statement with your sideboard. The gorgeous wood with its natural markings looks simply stunning alongside any furniture in your room and the drawers on the side are great for keeping smaller items in. A sideboard full of character and charm!

For a truly unique sideboard, the Aimee Reclaimed Wood Medium Sideboard would be a fantastic choice. The wood has been rescued from old boats and buildings so every piece is different and each comes with its own story. The beautifully detailed carving create an interesting finish certain to become the focal point of any room.

To see our full range of sideboards and to find the perfect one for your home, please visit our website. If you would like more information or have a question, please contact us.

Charlotte Blackmore, Blog Editor

Charlotte Blackmore, Blog Editor

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