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The average price of sideboards that match your search is 318.27 Australian dollars. Most of the sideboards that match your search cost from 155.66 Australian dollars to $609. Only 10% of products cost more or less than these values. A good way to see whether an item costs more or less than expected is to compare it to the median price. The median price is $269 which means that exactly half of the sideboards costs more and half costs less.

TV Cabinet Entertainment Unit Stand Storage Shelf Sideboard 140cm Oak
$195
at Ozily Furniture

Width: 140 cm
Height: 58 cm
Depth: 40 cm

Suits a space 140 cm wide. Incorporating a trendy design and presented with long-lasting and strong 30mm thick honeycomb board and 15mm thick particle board, our entertainment unit displays great craftsmanship with equally fine hardware to ensure trouble-free use every time. Overall dimensions: 140cm x 40cm x 58cm. And it has lots of storage space with four open shelves and two deep cabinets with magnetic door catches for...

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Sideboard with Printed Pattern 130x30x70 cm Solid Mango Wood
$609
at Sokoni

Width: 130 cm
Height: 70 cm
Depth: 30 cm

Great if you are looking for a 140 cm wide sideboard. Dimensions: 130 x 30 x 70 cm (W x D x H) 2 drawers and 3 doors with eye-catching printed pattern. WARNING: In order to prevent overturning, this product must be used with the wall attachment device provided. This sideboard is made of solid mango wood that has been given a extraordinary finish by polishing, painting and lacquering, making it exude a refined look.

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Artiss Buffet Sideboard Rattan Furniture Cabinet Storage Hallway Table Kitchen
$208.21
at Catch.com.au

Width: 130 cm
Height: 80 cm
Depth: 40 cm

Ideal for 140 cm wide spaces. Overall dimensions: 130cm x 40cm x 80cm. Our rattan buffet and sideboard feature a creative and one-of-a-kind design and is sure to impress those who appreciate such pieces of furniture. It will help you achieve the bohemian-styled home and solve your storage problem without having to pay more. At Artiss, we offer a wide range of rattan furniture.

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HAUGA Sideboard, grey, 140x84 cm
$349
at IKEA

Width: 140 cm
Height: 84 cm
Depth: 46 cm

Ideal as a 140 cm wide sideboard. Designed to be used both on its own throughout the home and is also a ideal fit with other furniture in the HAUGA series, either to coordinate the style or create bigger storage solutions. grey 140x84 cm. This furniture must be fixed to the wall with the enclosed wall fastener.

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Searching for sideboards on Furniture Ferret is simple. Click or tap on the "Refine search" button at the right of the header, then enter any keywords you are searching for, like "bookshelf", "cabinet with mirror" or "modern dresser". Drag the two handles on the sliders to specify the minimum and maximum values for the width, height and depth (length) and the price you are interested in. Press the "Search" button to update the results. Couldn't be easier!
Pierre Walnut Dining Table
$468.54
at Catch.com.au

Width: 140 cm
Height: 76 cm
Depth: 80 cm

Perfect for 140cm wide spaces. Complete your collection by welcoming the bedside table, 4 chest of drawers, 6 chest of drawers, sideboard, coffee table, TV stand, 140cm dining table & 160cm dining table into your home. 160W x 90D x 76H (cm)​ 160 cm Product Weight. Featuring a timeless mid-century contemporary design in an elegant walnut oak colour, the Pierre pieces never go out of style. 140L x 80W x 76H (cm) 140 cm Product...

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HAUGA Sideboard, white, 140x84 cm
$349
at IKEA

Width: 140 cm
Height: 84 cm
Depth: 46 cm

Recommended if you are searching for a 140 cm wide sideboard. Designed to be used both on its own throughout the home and is also a ideal fit with other furniture in the HAUGA series, either to coordinate the style or create bigger storage solutions. white 140x84 cm. This furniture must be fixed to the wall with the included wall fastener.

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Artiss Entertainment Unit Wood TV Cabinet With Sideboard 140CM
$155.66
at Catch.com.au

Width: 140 cm
Height: 58 cm
Depth: 39 cm

Perfect if you are searching for a 140 cm wide sideboard. Incorporating a modern design and presented with sturdy and strong 30mm thick honeycomb board and 15mm thick particle board, our entertainment unit displays great craftsmanship with equally fine hardware to ensure trouble-free use every time. Overall dimensions: 140cm x 39cm x 58cm. And it comes with considerable storage space with four open shelves and two deep cabinets with magnetic door catches...

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VIHALS Sideboard, white, 140x37x75 cm
$269
at IKEA

Width: 140 cm
Height: 75 cm
Depth: 37 cm

Recommended for 140cm wide spaces. The 37 cm depth means that the sideboard easily fits even in small spaces, such as a hallway or smaller dining area. white 140x37x75 cm. Use throughout the home, as a standalone or with other VIHALS furniture. 1 adjustable shelf behind each door.

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TV Cabinet 130x30x45 cm Solid Mango Wood STORAGE
$260.99
at Catch.com.au

Width: 130 cm
Height: 45 cm
Depth: 30 cm

Suitable for a space 140 cm wide. Besides, this sideboard comes with 1 cabinet with door, 1 compartment and 3 drawers, providing considerable space for storing your multimedia appliances, books, and various other items. Dimensions: 130 x 30 x 45 cm (W x D x H) Polished and lacquered. Rough mango wood on the one hand has the strength to bear the weight, on the other hand stand the wear and tear of time.

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From the history of furniture: Chests And Cupboards Part 4

The drop-handles on this chest are solid, but the drops also come hollowed out at the back and indicate an earlier period. These are fastened into the drawer by a piece of wire which is twisted together on the inside. The plate through which the handle passes may be round, or diamond-shaped, or in curves, and while sometimes cut, it is more often stamped out. This is an early style of handle.

The first mouldings used to surround the drawers are quite plain; they became double after a little while, and sometimes, when used to form the top or cornice, quite heavy. The very earliest specimens of these chests on frames had but one drawer, instead of three, at the bot tom, and the lower edge was in a single curve instead of a triple one.

Little by little numerous changes were wrought in these chests on frames, and the straight turned leg dis appeared. Then presently two legs were dropped, and then the curved stretchers.

The places of the two missing legs in many standing chests, as they are sometimes called, is to be seen sup plied by a drop ornament of a more or less ornamental character. Occasionally the place is finished off square with a little moulding.

The cabriole, or bandy-leg, became popular, and was finished either with the plain Dutch foot or with the ball and claw.

An example of the early bandy-legged high-boy of Flemish make is given in Figure 160. Although it has not very graceful proportions, it is rendered most or namental by its beautiful floral marquetry, showing tulips, carnations, and passion-flowers in different col oured woods in a mahogany ground. By 1700 the im portations of foreign woods had given an impetus to what was called " smooth-faced " furniture, — that is, what was inlaid, veneered, or enriched with marquetry, — in distinction to furniture where the decoration pro truded from the surface, as in carved or panelled work.

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How do I order the 140 cm wide sideboards by price?

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How much room should one leave in front of a sideboard?

So a sideboard would be usable, it requires more space on the floorplan than its proper size. You need to be able to access it and stand in front of it to access books and other items stored on a sideboard, and if it has doors, it should be possible to open them fully. Double doors will require an additional depth of half of the width of the piece, and in general, you will need at least 40-60 cm in front of a sideboard for access. This means, for example, a sideboard that is 50 cm deep needs at least 90 cm space. The good news is that this extra room does not need to be exclusive: access spaces of two or more pieces of furniture can overlap as long as this does not lead to people bumping into each other in, for example, an office.

Our philosophy

We aim to allow everyone to live comfortably even if they only own a small space they call home. We scour the Internet for thousands of desks, cabinets, shelves, storage units, beds, tables, armchairs and more by size, to find just the right piece to go next to the bed and turn the room into some closet space, or to find that extra long bed that is still narrow enough to squeeze through the door. From the hall to the living room, don't live around furniture - get furniture that lives with you.

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