Man Cave Ideas: A Mid-Century Sideboard With an Art Deco Twist

Get the man cave you’re craving with a special touch to it…

If you’re looking to get a high-end look to your man cave, you have to choose your furniture wisely. While barware, bar accessories, and furniture in general are a must-have, you should also make way for storage room. And this mid-century sideboard can be much more than that… It’ll come to give a unique art deco twist to your man cave!


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If you had never though about a mid-century credenza as a must-have to your man cave decor, now is the time to think again. We have set our eyes on this mid-century sideboard during Maison & Objet, and could instantly see it as the star of a Gatsby-themed man cave.

Vincent sideboard, as Essential Home so wonderfully named it, is one of the two new pieces the mid-century brand announced during this year’s Maison & Objet.

–> We have talked about Essential Home’s stand at Maison & Objet here! <–

Vincent sideboard really important details

With a white marble base and a body handmade in solid walnut, it is the amount of detail that went into building this mid-century credenza that makes it unique.

Vincent boasts an Estremoz marble countertop, and a one-of-a-kind brushed gold cladding on the two doors at the front that contrast with the four slender brushed gold legs holding the structure in place.

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Technical Info:

Standard Finishes

Body: Solid Walnut
Details: Estremoz marble; Walnut; Brushed Gold;

Dimensions

Lenght: 180 cm | 70,9 in
Width: 56 cm | 22 in
Heigth: 75 cm | 29,5 in


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