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Sideboards might not be top of the list when navigating some of the more glamorous or statement pieces of home furnishings but the revival of mid-century furniture has led to a surge in demand for the sleek lines and statement shape of the perfect Mcintosh sideboard. Where space allows, a sideboard is a crucial item in the home. A sideboard is the flexible piece of furniture which has a multitude of uses – storing possessions, showcasing ornaments, supporting TVs and even housing drinks as part of a home bar.
Why choose McIntosh sideboards?McIntosh is a manufacturer that embraced the use of a sideboard, not just for its aesthetic but also as a piece of practical furniture. Founded in Fife, Scotland in 1869, McIntosh is a premium manufacturer of mid-century contemporary furniture, renowned for producing a wide range of furniture pieces for the home. McIntosh exhibited furniture across the world and the company’s international success put it at the forefront of the mid-century furniture trend.
At Vinterior, we specialise in unique furniture that includes many of McIntosh’s famous sideboard pieces. McIntosh sideboards are perfectly formed and though they come in many shapes and sizes, the most distinctive offerings are sleek and veneered in either teak or rosewood. Often finished in gloss with smooth exteriors, McIntosh sideboards are renowned for their modernity but they remain durable, practical and equipped for the everyday wear of a modern home.
McIntosh furniture was renowned for its extraordinary build quality and, alongside Ercol and G-Plan, McIntosh helped install Britain as one of the centres of the furniture industry in the post-war era. The company’s designs are unfussy and practical – something that became a hallmark of modernist 60s design as British households moved away from the heavy and overly opulent designs of the past.
McIntosh sideboards for modern homesIn a modern home, a McIntosh sideboard can easily pull together a room to create a more cohesive environment. Whether you are looking to blend sofas, chairs, side tables and coffee tables together or even create an eclectic mix and match feel, a side table can both complement and contrast as you choose. McIntosh sideboards mix modernity with mid-century style and for many homes, this works effortlessly in bringing the retro chic that is popular in interior design.
The sideboard is making a comeback and McIntosh designs show exactly why the sideboard often takes pride of place in designer homes and show homes. With the high street awash with contemporary versions of mid-century classic design, we understand that the only way to break from the norm is to look towards more unique, vintage furniture.
Purposeful and modern, McIntosh is famous today for the same principles that helped to build its strong reputation throughout the 20th century. And at Vinterior we choose to champion that reputation with a range of McIntosh pieces available to brighten up your home.
McIntosh sideboards: shop with VinteriorWe love the history that accompanies brands like McIntosh. With more than a thousand trusted sellers all equally passionate about the very best in antique, vintage, retro and artisan furniture, our website has become the leading online marketplace for high quality heritage and bespoke furniture. Our McIntosh sideboards range from the simple to the unique and with their enduringly high quality and build standard, they’re sure to last as you create a vintage furniture haven from Vinterior.
Browse our listings today and we are confident you will find the furniture and the inspiration you need to upgrade your interior.