A popular trend with furniture in recent years has been the emergence of various kinds of white furniture. When it comes to sideboards, the trend is no stranger as having a piece of white sideboard furniture has definitely come into vogue. The location of the piece might dictate whether a white one is for you or not, so give it some thought before jumping right into the white furniture craze.
White sideboards are no different than those of any other color. They come in every price range and every material that any other color or type of sideboard is available in. So when it comes to deciding if a white version is for you, it really comes down to the surrounding area and the style of the other furniture and decor. After thinking about those things, it should be clearer to you whitewhether a white sideboard will fit in. The other option is to start with the sideboard and add the other items to support it and its color and style.
One really eye catching piece of white furniture is a white gloss sideboard. the finish on pieces like this is really eye catching and makes this piece of furniture the center piece of the room. If you go with a unit like this, you will want to build the rest of the furnishings and decor around it in order to show it off.
If you want to take it even one step further in terms of eye catching, think about a white lacquer sideboard. The difference between gloss and lacquer is that gloss is basically a shiny paint job, while lacquer is a shiny clear coat put over the paint. The result is a really beautiful finish on what can already be one of the most beautiful looking pieces of furniture.
When it comes to antiques, an antique white sideboard is actually not all that common to see. Most antique sideboard are made from hard woods like oak or mahogany, and for the most part they were originally kept in a wood like color. if you do see a white version, it most likely started to show some wear and tear and the owner decided to spruce it up and give it a new look by going white. Some of these antique sideboards are several hundred years old, so showing some wear and tear should be forgiven!
On the opposite end of the spectrum is the modern white sideboard. Modern furniture is usually of a sleek design, and a sideboard white seems to suit this look very well. In fact most white sideboards you see will likely be in the modern furniture design.
Whether you call it a white sideboard cabinet, a white sideboard table, a buffet, or simply a sideboard, this class of furniture is a great addition to any home. It can fit in with the surrounding look and feel of the existing furnishings, or it can be used as a first piece that you can build around and show off.