Vintage sideboards are becoming very hard to find, so Retrorumage is delighted to bring you a fantastic selection from our recent visit to the UK.
- A G plan credenza dating to the late 1970’s. It’s simple lines makes it an elegant and modern piece of teak furniture. Dimensions: 45d x 139w x 72h cm approx.
- A very cute button handle sideboard from the 1960’s. This chap measures in at just over 150cm long, which is a much sought after size. Dimensions: 40d x 153w x 73h cm approx.
- This Fresco sideboard designed by Victor Wilkins for G-plan in the 1960’s is a very sophisticated piece of MCM design. It’s double bank of doors and middle drawer section offer huge amounts of storage space. Dimensions: 46d x 215w x 80h
- A 1960’s AH Mcintosh hi-board with a huge amount of style, and elegance. It is like the Swiss army knife of vintage storage units, with open shelving space, a drop down bar section, a cutlery drawer, and bottom drop down storage section. Dimensions: 46d x 107w x 111h cm approx.
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