The stunning BPS Sideboard No. 142 was originally designed in 1965. This Danish mid-century masterpiece was relaunched in 2015 with all of the quality and detail of the original productions. The Sideboard No. 142 has expertly crafted tambour doors that roll seamlessly to back of the cabinet. This sideboard looks incredible, whether the doors are open are closed.
The back of the cabinet is matching wood veneer. Float it in your space and it will look flawless from every angle. The center compartment can be customized with either shelves or pull-out dovetail trays. Six different configurations are available. Choose an oiled finish to experience the wood in a more natural state. Or select a lacquered finish if you prefer increased protection and little to no wood maintenance.
Every BPS Sideboard is made in Denmark and individually numbered upon final assembly. This cabinet is available in two lengths: 65″ or 83″. Teak and walnut wood options are shown here. Oak and Rosewood wood are also available. Please contact us for more information.
Images for this product are shown in the 83″ length. Please consider that the 65″ length sideboard will be shorter and therefore will have different proportions than what is shown in the pictures.
About Bernh. Pedersen & Son
Bernh. Pedersen & Son, a Danish furniture maker, has a long and strong tradition in furniture and cabinetmaking stretching all the way back to the company’s start in 1902. Through three generations the family firm has created and sold classic Danish furniture to many parts of the world. The period 1950 – 1970 in particular was characterized by some of the most stunning and well-executed pieces in Bernh. Pedersen & Son’s history. Especially the classic mid-century sideboards and daybeds designed by Danish furniture designers, including the Danish world-renowned Johannes Andersen, Svend Aage Madsen and Kurt Østervig were – and still are – highly valued by customers worldwide.
In 2015, fourth generation in the family, Thomas Bernhard Pedersen re-established the company and started focusing exclusively on re-launching some of the exquisite sideboards designed in the 50’s and 60’s.