Wooden sideboard with doors
Coloma, in California, is renowned for being the scene where James W. Marshall first found gold in the Sierra Nevada, at Sutter’s Mill in 1848, leading to the California Gold Rush. The polished brass detail embracing the main structure of the Coloma contemporary sideboard reflects our inspiration in the Gold Rush and consequently Coloma, where all this story started. The structure of this stunning piece features three American wood drawers, combined with two grey Kenzo marble doors. Inside the modern sideboard, the smoked glass shelves contrast with the wood structure. The top of the modern sideboard is supported by American wood and polished brass feet, turning the Coloma sideboard into a mesmerizing contemporary furniture piece to any luxurious space.
Structure: American walnut, Grey Kenzo marble
Base: American walnut, polished brass
Interior: Smoked glass shelves
Details: Polished brass