McIntosh sideboard. (Teak and sliding doors)


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Tom Robertson, the innovative mind behind A.H. McIntosh’s mid-century designs, crafted this sideboard in the early ’70s, in Scotland. A departure from the norm, Robertson replaced traditional hinged doors with sleek sliding doors, a design choice often seen in Danish or Scandinavian furniture.

Introducing a new level of convenience, the renowned pull-out tray covered in melamine, a signature creation of Robertson for his sideboards, is now easily accessible from the outside. No more need to open any door to reach the tray, a thoughtful design element that enhances the practicality of this sideboard.

The storage case has three drawers on the left and two sliding doors on the right, which enclose the shelving units.
The beautiful teakwood grain, a testament to the craftsmanship of this creation, adds a touch of versatility. This sideboard seamlessly adds to any contemporary interior, adapting effortlessly to various design styles.


L. 200 cm

W. 45 cm

H. 75 cm