Inspiration

Sideboard: trendy and perfect for a tidy interior

With its vintage and refined look, the vintage sideboard has become an essential piece of interior design.

Practical, discreet and slender, this piece of furniture allows you to store everything you want, with elegance and that little vintage touch that we love. Glazed, with drawers or sliding doors, with an open storage niche or without, in wood or coloured, it is available in thousands of models and in all styles. Originally very 1950s, the enfilade has come back in force with the Scandinavian style but it can also adopt an industrial look with metal legs.

However, the practicality of this piece of furniture remains the number one advantage and it can be integrated in any room of the house. Take a look at our inspirations, we give you some ideas!

Dressed by a wall of frames

Enfilade 1 DROITE

1 – Pair of Italian desk lamps – 1930 | 2 – G-Plan teak sideboard with 4 drawers and 3 storage compartments – 1960 | 3 – Woolen kilim rug with floral motifs – 1970 | 4 – Pair of “Tulip” armchairs Knoll International, Eero SAARINEN – 1990

Elegantly in the living room

Enfilade 4 GAUCHE

1 – “Pileino” lamp by Artemide, Gae AULENTI – 1972 | 2 – Danish rosewood sideboard by Arne Vodder – 1960 | 3 – Marble coffee table by Eero Saarinen for Knoll International – 1970 | 4 – Pair of Lady armchairs in velvet by Marco Zanuso – 1950

Practical in a large hallway

Enfilade 3 DROITE

1 – Vintage sideboard with sliding doors – 1960 | 2 – Large brass and glass Sputnik suspension lamp – 1960 | 3 – Mirror and coat rack by Georges Jouve for Marcel Asselbur – 1950 | 4 – Glass “Nuphar” lamp, Toni ZUCCHERI – 1960

Scandinavian touch in the bedroom

Enfilade 2 GAUCHE

1 – Glass and brass globe suspension – 1960 | 2 – Pair of blue armchairs in velvet and wood model 829 by Gio Ponti, Cassina edition – 1950 | 3 – Swedish rack lamp Atelje Liktan – 1980 | 4 – Swedish teak sideboard by Bertil Fridhagen, Bodafors edition – 1960