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An oak sideboard used in the study or home office will need to double up as a desk and will then be used to contain and hide office supplies like pens, reams of paper for the printer, small desk items like staplers and hole punches and of course a calculator. The top could even have a printer or in-tray adorning it. When selecting your sideboard, you need to think about how much storage space you are going to need. They come with various combinations of drawers, cupboards and open shelving. Some even have concealed lighting inside them, especially if they have glass doors, but these will need to have a nearby power point. A well-made piece may have dovetailed joints and solid oak drawer bottoms and cupboard backs. Solid oak furniture is an investment for your family and will bring pleasure, and admiring glances, for years to come.
Investing in an Oak Sideboard can certainly be a major decision due to the price, variety of styles available, dimensions and ranges available, however the web can be a great place to acquire a discounted oak furniture that perfectly matches your desires. Sideboard Measurements - If you have already established the position for a new sideboard, great, as it will help you to whittle down the choice of sideboards. There is a broad assortment of oak sideboards available in different sizes, the most commonly purchased sideboards are the medium size (approx 100cm wide x 90cm high x 45cm deep) and the large size (approx 160cm wide x 90cm high x 50cm deep).
The sideboard would be the place where food would be placed before the meal. The hostess would serve each item of the menu from the sideboard. The dining table would only hold the plates, cups, and other eating utensils along with the centerpiece only. At the end of the meal the sideboard would be the staging area for any desserts and cordials. Once the dishes were washed and dried, the oak sideboard would also be the storage place between meals. The structure of the sideboard was generally five to six-feet in length by eighteen inches deep by thirty-eight to forty-one inches tall. The height was configured to the waist height of the hostess, for the top of the sideboard had to coincide with her ability to carry platters of food to and from the furniture piece.
Sideboards are used in living rooms - usually a dining room if the home has a separate one. They can be used as a serving table and contain plates, glasses and napkins for the meal. Drawers are sometimes lined with felt to contain fine cutlery for dinner parties. Some sideboards have drop-down doors - rather like the 1950s cocktail cabinets - to act as a work surface for serving food and as a small bar for drinks. The top of the sideboard is an extra work surface when dining and can hold serving dishes, plates and bottles of wines and liqueurs.