Oak sideboards come in all shapes and sizes, some come with shelves, and are often used to hold such things as silverware, cups and saucers etc. They are an ideal companion to your living room furniture when entertaining guests, as they can double up as a drinks cabinet or even a place to store cards and poker chips.
Solid oak sideboards come in very popular styles such as Spanish, Italian and even Art Deco, they also come in different shapes and sizes and fit in well with the other furniture. People tend to display family photographs and other heirlooms in them, they are very Useful pieces of furniture both from a display and storage point of view.
Where Can You Get a Solid Oak Sideboard?
Visiting your local furniture store would be the first point of call when thinking of buying this furniture, as to see them in a picture online may not be doing them any real justice. You really need to see them in the flesh so to speak to appreciate them fully.
Seeing them in an online catalogue is not the same as seeing them in a showroom, you can't get the real shape and feel of this magnificent furniture from a picture. Prices can vary and it depends on the thickness and quality of the oak.
Unlike cheaper versions of the sideboard, oak sideboards can stand the rough and tumble of everyday use, some antique sideboards are still being put to every day use today even though they were manufactured over a 100 years ago. Scratches and blemishes can easily be sanded out to restore them to their original condition.
So Why Solid Oak Sideboards?
With a solid oak sideboard, unlike much cheaper made sideboards, they are built to last. Particleboard is commonly used in the manufacture of cheaper sideboards but will not withstand years of use like the tougher, much versatile oak version.
Not only that but the oak version looks and feels much stronger, and is very much in Vogue today as they never really ever goes out of fashion, they also tend to add a feel of quality and luxury to a home and can often be a talking point when visitors come over.
The sideboard was once a place to store the food, whilst waiting to be served, however they now appear in any room in the house whether that be bedroom or lounge, they can even be used to hold the entertainment system