The art deco sideboard is a piece of furniture used for storing dishes, table linens and groceries, usually placed in the dining room, it was a huge success in the 1920s to 1930s. And as surprising as it may seem, this type of furniture from the roaring years has traveled all ages and comes to decorate the interior decoration of many current hom...
The art deco sideboard is a piece of furniture used for storing dishes, table linens and groceries, usually placed in the dining room, it was a huge success in the 1920s to 1930s. And as surprising as it may seem, this type of furniture from the roaring years has traveled all ages and comes to decorate the interior decoration of many current homes. It fascinates with its elegant style and clean lines, and continues to seduce more than one thanks to the wealth of materials used in its manufacture: rosewood, solid beech, mahogany, elm burl ...
Contrary to popular belief, the use of an art deco buffet is not limited to the storage of plates, cutlery, glasses or kitchen utensils. It is also designed to bring a decorative touch to your home. Whatever the configuration of your dining room, you will find a model adapted to your interior in our collection. In the past, it was produced in different shapes and lengths, such as slotted buffets or dressers that are not very useful nowadays. Our models are selected for decorations and modern interiors, for an easy installation and an optimal space saving. Art Deco sideboard low, high, open or closed, there is something for all tastes and budgets.
Designed for usesimple, our chests are inspired by the style of furniture of yesteryear and has the same characteristics as this one. Depending on the model chosen, your sideboard may have one or two doors with a large storage space to contain different dishes more or less heavy, and sometimes fragile such as carafes and glasses. Some models have a single drawer while others can benefit from several according to your expectations. Unlike a cabinet or a dresser, our storage unit is made in one part, which further facilitates its installation and possible movement.Il has among others a marble top or inlay to pose various objects safely.
In addition to the practical side, the art deco sideboard of our collection of art and decoration furniture is a sure value in terms of aesthetics as the 1930s style furniture of the time. The frames are made of solid wood of good quality with a marquetry of precious wood species to bring a touch of refinement and elegance in your interior decoration. In order to reproduce exactly the same visual effects with the furniture of the Roaring Twenties, the varnish finish of our chests is done in a traditional way and with a lot of care.
The interior of each piece of furniture is not neglected because it is inlaid with exotic veneer veined or mottled speckled leaves. Once ouvert, your art and decoration buffet will take you to distant lands thanks to its marquetry of exotic species as elegant as luxurious. Various decorative accessories such as buttons and handles in chromed metal embellish the furniture discreetly and soberly, despite the dark shades of its structure.
If the current decorative trend is low buffet, the style of the years 1920-1930 favors mid-high and high art deco style buffet . In our collection dedicated to antique furniture, you will discover a wide choice of 1930s style buffet models that come in different shapes. For tall sideboards, they are equipped with large sturdy footwork to ensure optimum stability. As for buffets at mid-height, they are designed to facilitate access to the different elements they contain. Some are rectangular in height or width and others square. In contrast to the impressive contemporary buffets and dressers, art deco chests are less cumbersome and functional, whether you're setting it up in a small kitchen or a medium-sized dining room.
Diminutive of "decorative arts", art deco is an artistic movement whose origins can be traced back to the 1910s. It was around 1920 that this style of decoration in its own right became a real success.in the 1930s. It takes its name from the famous international exhibition of modern decorative and industrial arts which took place in the French capital in 1925, the time when the so-called "crazy years" had upset the artistic world in Europe and the United States.
The Art Deco style touches both the field of architecture and decoration. For the latter, the furniture made during these ebullient periods are characterized mainly by clean lines with a geometric and symmetrical design. Curves, counter-curves or undulating lines are thus permanently removed to make room for straight lines inspired by cubism. Precious woods and essences are used, solid oak was rarely used in France and the United States, but it was used on some German Bahaus models.
Our store specializing in the distribution of antique furniture replicas invites you to dive into the past through our collection of 1930s style furniture.
Each art deco sideboard that we offer in our website, corresponds to reproductions of antique furniture and carefully respects the manufacturing criteria of the furniture of the art deco period.Less
Rosewood art deco sideboard opening through a door with a lock, interior mahogany inlay.
The art deco sideboard opens with two beautiful rosewood and elm burl doors, the interior and mahogany marquetry speckled.
Art deco buffet in precious rosewood veneer, cedar magnolia, elm and American boxwood
Reproduction of the period of art and decoration, a large art deco buffet in precious wood veneer.
Art deco buffet in precious rosewood veneer, cedar magnolia, elm and American boxwood.