1 Reflect by Muuto
Danish studio Søren Rose’s created this sideboard with curved drawers in order to reflect natural light – a necessity in Scandinavian homes. The piece comes in black or oak wood, and measures 180 centimeters long.
2 Lines by Ligne Roset
Dutch designer Peter Maly created this sleek cabinet perched atop chrome legs and featuring carved, angular compartments. The monochromatic version is a limited edition (only 150 were made) but it is also available in black, white or red lacquered MDF. Smaller drawers are concealed behind the doors to accommodate items such as DVDs and remote controllers.
3 505 by Molteni & C
This storage system’s update by Nicola Gallizia is equipped with components that accommodate A/V signal receivers, wired desks, vertical sliding doors and flap doors. The unit is customizable, can be wall mounted and comes in wood shades as well as various bright lacquers.
4 Shift by Tecno
The bevelled corners of Foster + Partners’ design for Italy’s Tecno lends this sideboard a softer feel. The white matte-lacquered piece, which is part of a larger collection of tables and shelves, is also available with a light oak top.
5 Rainbow by Lema
For this piece, designer Roberto Lazzeroni took his colour cues from Nordic style. It features doors in alternating shades of avio, sabbia, cacao and grafite, and an interior with two shelving heights.
6 Modern by Porro
This sideboard is part of Piero Lissoni’s expansive modular storage series based on the idea of floating squares. Made of lacquered MDF, it comes in almost every desirable colourway and is customizable.
7 Oblique by Horm
Overlapping doors with push-pull opening mechanisms give texture to this lacquered particleboard cabinet. The shell is available in black or white, with the option of walnut, black, or white doors.
8 Isala by Ikea
Measuring 140 centimetres long, this solid beech and particleboard piece combines contemporary and classic style thanks to its light grey coat and thick turned legs. The lockable doors on two adjustable shelves conceal possessions.
9 Parq Life by Deadgood
Edgy Brit designer Lee Broom’s solid walnut veneer sideboard uses the traditional herringbone pattern common in parquet flooring. The rounded corners are complemented by a striking brass top.