Rustic Oak Sideboard

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This beautiful rustic oak sideboard, built using lumber sawn from antique timbers, was created as a companion piece to a previously constructed Rustic Oak Harvest Table.  Used as a serving counter, for cutlery/flatware storage, and to house large serving bowls/platters, this cupboard provides ample space for these needs.  In order to complement the design details of the oak harvest table, the sideboard utilizes clean simple lines and little in the way of ornamentation to maintain it's rustic appearance.  The raised panel doors and drawer fronts have been lightly distressed and the machined profiles have been rounded over and "softened" to accentuate the antique nature of the piece.

As can be seen in the photos above, the sideboard design was also accented with three inset marble tiles in the primary serving surface.  In addition to the aesthetic beauty added by the tiles, they serve an important functional purpose as well by allowing hot serving dishes to be safely placed on the sideboard counter without fear of damaging the surface.  The top shelf provides a secondary serving area or a place to stack plates and other dinnerware.  The four drawer boxes are solid dovetailed maple and they ride on hidden undermount drawer slides with a soft-close mechanism.  Finally, the arched toekick panel and the arched backsplash behind the top shelf are intended to visually tie in with the arched aprons on the harvest table.

Approximate Dimensions

62" wide, 34" tall, and 18" deep.

Related Items

The custom sideboard described on this page was part of a series of projects with the client, using lumber sawn from antique timbers.  Other projects built from this special lumber include a set of Rustic Oak Kitchen Cabinets, a Rustic Oak Harvest Table, and a pair of Rustic Oak Side Tables To see other rustic styled furniture or cabinetry projects, please visit the Rustic page.


$2,560 for the white oak sideboard shown above, not including costs for the specially milled white oak lumber.

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