Over the years, this highly functional furniture element, often referred to as buffet, cupboard, or sideboard, maintained its essential role in the modern house, with slight yet relevant and even expandable tweaks. Sideboard’s newly stretched utility is tightly rooted in two, boldly significant trends within the modern furniture industry. The first trend is an attribute of architecture by way of spatial borders elimination between the living, dining and kitchen areas. The second trend alludes to the sideboard’s innate capacity to conceal and store items of various sizes. Hence, the new home of the modern sideboard is no longer pegged exclusively to the dining room but rather pretty much anywhere where storage is needed and where it is convenient, not necessarily conventional. Paralleling the newly found “unconventional convenience” of the modern sideboard is its ingenious design and unexpected material application examples of which are really mind-blowing.