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Mid century sideboards UK

Whether you’re looking for a mid century sideboard in the UK or from small local boutiques around the world, we’ll help you find the right piece for your home. When you shop with Vinterior, you’re shopping local too. We offer furniture from over 1,800 boutiques, all carefully selected for their love of vintage furniture.

Characteristics of mid century modern sideboards

Mid century modern sideboards are becoming increasingly popular because of their uncluttered, sleek lines, dedication to functionality and exploration of different materials. We offer a wide range of vintage sideboard styles and storage options, including retro sideboards and Scandinavian modern sideboards.

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Where can I buy a mid century sideboard?

You can buy mid century sideboards online, in a vintage marketplace created to help you find that perfect piece. It used to be that finding the perfect mid century sideboard in the UK involved traipsing around different cities and boutiques all over the country. Now, you can visit our site, where we’ve carefully curated the best designs and items from expert boutiques. You can search by price, style, colour, material, number of drawers, number of shelves and so much more until you find your ideal sideboard.

Which is the most collectable name of mid century sideboard?

There are plenty of popular names for mid century sideboards, with the movement taking off in 1945-1969 and having a resurgence today. Some of the top mid century names to collect are: Charles and Ray Eames, who famously created the Eames chair, also designed some beautiful sideboards. They were known for their optimistic and adventurous designs. Florence Knoll was famous for her dedication to beautiful functionality and organisation. Florence Knoll sideboards are very collectable items, and a beautiful addition to your home. Paul Evans designed his mid century sideboards using folk art traditions combined with the latest technologies and materials. His sideboard designs are perfect for mid century modern collectors. George Nakashima was an expert architect and woodworker who eschewed industrial methods, instead focusing on a hand crafted approach. The durability and master craftsmanship of his work makes this a highly collectable mid century name.