Left: London home by Olga Ashby. Right: The Art House by Nina Maya Interiors.

Need something more? These consoles and sideboards enhance empty interior spaces

Gone are the days when furniture had to choose between being practical or attractive. Case in point is the contemporary console or sideboard, rendered in varying design styles that are poised to enhance in-between spaces. Entryways, hallways and unfilled walls become areas for both clever storage and eye-catching décor. 

Left: TCL Residence by Mim Design. Right: Toronto Home by Anne Hepfer.
Top to bottom: 505 UP sideboard by Nicola Gallizia for Molteni&C from Dawson & Co., Palmanova sideboard by Giovanni Luca Ferreri for Arte Veneziana from Sarsfield Brooke.
Top to bottom: Selvans sideboard by Christian Werner from Ligne Roset, Dia cabinet by Chi Wing Lo for Giorgetti from ECC, Index Sideboard from Tim Webber.
Top to bottom: Match console by Paola Vella for Arflex from Studio Italia, Holo Console by Kensaku Oshiro for Kristalia from Matisse.


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