Sideboards

Workshop 01
Monolith 11
Monolith 09
Monolith 10
Monolith 06
Monolith 02A
Bridge
Etre
Frida
Hug
ModulART 01
ModulART 02
InclinART 01
InclinART 02
Match 01
Match 02
Neck
Ori
Rewind
Rho
Private Unit Box
Dialogue 02
Brera
Living 02
Living 04
Living 05
Living 10
Ikebana
Ikebana Alta
Partout Sideboard
High Portraits
Uncle Tom
Zoom
High Zoom
Cubric High Brass
Cubric High Titanium
Beam
Eric
Dialogue
Domino IN 3 4N
Domino Più 18P left
Domino Plus 16P
Domino Più 15P left
Domino Più 6L left
Cabaret 56B left
Cabaret 84B left
Cabaret 20C
Cabaret 19D left

Sideboard shop

Over time, the sideboard first became a kitchen container cabinet for storing various objects and, only then with the evolution of design, did it take on the role of a real piece of furniture. Since the living room is a place dedicated to multiple activities, such as relaxation, conviviality and even work, it must be beautiful to look at, equipped with functionality and complete with everything you need. Nowadays there is a practically infinite range of Madie of all shapes, sizes, materials and colors on the market, designed by the best manufacturers to complete the furniture by combining practicality and design. In the distant past, in the rustic country houses, the Madie were practical and robust rectangular solid wood container furniture, used primarily in the kitchen environment to store bread, the different types of pasta and flour. Ideal to better organize the space of a living room or a dining room, the sideboard will emphasize the style of the room while helping you to maintain order in the home. This tapered rectangular shape solution, will satisfy you with its innate practical and aesthetic qualities: if you want to better organize the spaces by fully enhancing them, then it's right for you.