Mid-Century Compact Three Door Sideboard
HANDSOME COMPACT ‘FRENCH ASH GREY’ SIDEBOARD
D I M E N S I O N S
Height: 83 cm
Depth: 44 cm
Presented here, another of our original, Belle Biche, 'French Painted' works that will appeal to those of you who, (if like me) appreciate and embrace the look of authentic 'imperfection' in their 'painted' pieces of furniture!"
In this instance, a hugely handsome, mid-century, three door sideboard.
A hugely versatile storage piece, that carries a lovely depth and which would be suited to a multitude of uses - be in a sitting room, dining room, kitchen, or hallway,
Having a rectangular, top above two, well proportioned drawers - each felt lined, and having pleasing 'reeded' corbels.
Below, a three door cabinet, with full width single shelf providing for good storage.
All raised on a classic scalloped apron base.
The piece displaying handsome, fielded panel doors, with pretty 'rope beading' detail, and complete with all original hardware.
Artisan, hand-painted in a hand-mixed shade of timeless 'French Ash Grey' - created to our own, unique, Belle Biche recipe - and being a tad or so darker in tone, to F&B's 'Dovetale'.
Being another of our timeless, classic, 'neutrals' - which have, in each instance been inspired by the varied hues of the magnificent dry stone walls that divide the breathtaking Derbyshire landscape, where we live.
All of the above being achieved, before applying our unique, Belle Biche in-house, 'specialist artisan ageing techniques' - the piece now finished in a manner that remains the very cornerstone of rustic, French and Gustavian 'Provincial' Style works.
Artisan painted, in a hand mixed shade of our timeless in-house, 'French Ash Grey' - which is made to our own, unique BB recipe - this mid-charcoal grey is comparable in tone to F&B's 'Dovetale' - think timeless, 'provincial French' and you will get the idea!
Another of our 'perfect neutrals' - drawing on a palette inspired by the varied hues of the magnificent dry stone walls that divide the breathtaking Derbyshire landscape, where we live.
All of the above before finally being aged, using 'specialist artisan
techniques' - all of which go to provide the painted woodwork with a most divine, 'textured' finish.