Monday, September 28, 2009

Sideboard Love

Paul McCobb attributed 8 door sideboard custom made and designed for a Manhattan residence Ca. 1960.

This would fit just perfectly in my dining room. it coordinates perfectly with my diningroom table and chairs without being
matchy matchy. I'm drooling.

available here

7 comments:

Jill said...

I love the clean lines and the wood grain...what's not to love, especially all of the storage!

pillow mint said...

i didn't log in for the price - but if i "have to ask, i probably can't afford it"....
love it!

Stylestance said...

Gorgeous! It definitely has that retro feel that still looks modern today.

The Townhouselady said...

PM- I didn't look either. It's killing me because I've been looking for a sideboard for over a year now and haven't really liked many. The ones I have liked wouldn't look right in my room or with my dining table.

Tings is, the only furniture on my shopping list these days has to do with setting up a nursery.

Belle de Ville said...

I love the clean lines of Mid-Century design.
Shopping for a nursery is so much fun...enjoy.

Laura [What I Like] said...

Ridiculous. I don't even want to know the price I love it too much.

Tamstyles said...

i am thinking of getting one....if so i am going mid century. hope your feeling well..