The sideboard is a rustic Italian piece of furniture used in the past for the dough and preservation of bread, of which we have news as early as the fifteenth century. The sideboard is composed of a rectangular box that rests on four supports or on a structure with doors or drawers. The upper body is often provided with a table or lid with hinges as a work surface for bread. Over time, the sideboard has become one of the most popular furniture for the living area. Today the sideboard lends itself to perfection for a variety of uses, forming a storage unit capable of furnishing with elegance, rusticity and functionality various rooms of the house. The sideboard plan, then, is an excellent support plan for your most cherished memories in the form of framed photos, favorite ornaments, a beautiful vase of cut flowers or an empty pocket for storing keys, mail, sweets and so on.