Best Ideas for Teak Sideboard
Teak sideboard – Show a favorite tea set on top of your new teak sideboard. Arrange a collection of vintage linens, run out of one of the dresser drawers. A collection of dining remedies displayed on your dresser-turned-sideboard will add a welcoming touch to your dining room
Place your chest of drawers against the wall in the dining room. Leave extra space if you decide to support open a commode drawer to showcase your linen collection. Place your tableware, silverware and extra plates inside the drawers. Shows some interesting vintage or favored bedding by arranging them so that some bedding hangs outside a chest of drawers. Cover the top of the chest of drawers with a folded tablecloth or runner. Fold the bedding in small squares to place on top of the dresser. Display favorite items, such as your crockery collection on top of the teak sideboard. Showcase dishes, teapots, tea cups, antique spoons or a place setting of the silver family.
Embellish by exhibiting vases along the back of your teak sideboard and adding real or silk flowers. Place wine glasses, cups or stems and feet at one end of your sideboard. If your teak sideboard has a section with a door, open the door open and use the area as an exhibition window for your collections. Salt shakes, egg cups, candlesticks and seasonal items can also be displayed on your sideboard.