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Wooden Sideboard

Wooden SideboardBackground Wooden sideboards are ornamentally and elaborately worked furniture piece , which have been in style for hundreds of years. Sideboard is a part of dining room furniture, possessing drawers and shelves for tableware and linens. Sideboards are also seen in bedrooms, by the side of a bed. Sideboards are stylishly built and crafted in wood. The legacy of Indian woodwork assures everything - dignity, form, beauty and style. Designed for perfection and easiness, wooden sideboards are made using the advanced skills of craftsmen and designers.

Designs
Beautifully designed and engraved wooden sideboards add on beauty to the whole room and never fail to draw appreciative eyes. Available in numerous of innovation and style, these sideboards can be delicately combined with brass work. Indian artisans often make use of attractive floral and leafs to embellish the front and sides of the sideboard. Sideboards carved in wood are operational, simple and may have sliding doors, which are very useful for tight space. Wood Sideboards come in a broad diversity of designs, shapes and colors, in different wood types and finishes. They can be hand painted in various colors. Wood sideboards sport an xtensive mixture of delicate ethnic designs. They can be seen in the houses of art lovers and form an important part of their interior. Wood sideboards can be found in residences as well as commercial places.

Types of wood used in the making of sideboards

  • Fir
  • Redwood
  • Spruce
  • Cedar
  • Mahogany
  • Hemlock
  • Rosewood
  • Teak
  • Shesham
Step wise manufacturing process of sideboards
  • Wood cutting or frame preparation: This is the first step in which wood is cut down exactly to provide the frame of the sideboards.
  • Wood frame combining/ wood assembling: Each and every wooden piece are assembled to form the primitive structure of the sideboard.
  • Finishing process: The artesian provides the proper finishing to that primitive structure of sideboard, with handmade paintings and designs.
  • Final step of quality control: Finally, an in-depth inspection is executed by the supervising team. The inspection is done in a specially designed bright room, which allows a better observation of the final product.

Applications Wooden sideboards fulfill many purposes and have various drawers and framework that play up its variety of utilization. Applied as a place for storage and presentation, the advanced design on wooden sideboards appears good and is made to be beneficial for many years. These sideboards have respective rooms and tables for keeping or exhibiting articles of table service and they continue to do so.

Sideboards are usually handcrafted. They can be elaborately carved and shaped; they achieve in bringing out the best creativity out of the artist's minds. Apart from traditional wood sideboards, contemporary designs are also in trend now.



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