I find sideboards and buffets to be a hard one -- many of them are pretty dull and/or traditional, or they veer too far into the contemporary side, feeling like some weird relic from the 1980s. And if I see another vintage mid-century modern credenza, I'm going to bury myself under a stack of Dwell magazines.
Melissa's sideboard is the Viceroy from Baker, which after researching for a client, has apparently been discontinued. A few weeks ago there were only 4 more available -- and now, thanks to my lucky client -- there are only 3! I have to assume it was discontinued due to a lack of interest. Whaaa?
And you don't even know the best part: the interior of the piece is painted this color:
Could you die? I hope three of you out there snap up the last few. Think of it as three more homeless McCobb sideboards.
(Side note: fab garden stool is from Baker's Tony Duquette collection, or as I like to think of it, my own personal crack.)