Finn Juhl Sideboard

A Fusion of Design, Practicality & Luxury

Includes colors from Goethe’s Color Wheel; Trays Are Optional; Simplistic Design


In response to the warm welcome he received from American design circles in the 1950s, Finn Juhl became increasingly inspired by what he saw and experienced in the land of opportunity. Charles Eames, who was a famous designer in his own right, became one of Finn Juhl’s sources of inspiration. At this juncture, Finn Juhl began to incorporate steel into his designs, resulting in the Finn Juhl Sideboard.


The colours of the drawers are derived from Goethe’s colour wheel, which eventually became one of the Sideboard’s most prominent traits. The rest of the Finn Juhl sideboard is made from a range of woods, such as teak, oak, walnut or Oregon pine.


The Finn Juul Sideboard goes immeasurably well with other iconic designs by the same designer. This includes the Poet Sofa and Chieftain Chair.


House of Finn Juhl

House of Finn Juhl has exclusive rights to reproducing Finn Juhl’s furniture. Finn Juhl is the father of modern Danish Design and a major player in bringing Danish Design onto the international stage.


Safety & Warranty Information

House of Finn Juhl offers two years of warranty to their patrons for the purchase of their iconic Finn Juhl piece.


Shop More Storage Furniture

The Finn Juhl Sideboard is, undoubtedly, one of our most exquisite pieces of furniture. However, there is still a plethora of other storage solutions just waiting for you to discover in our Sideboard Collection. Alternatively, you may start from our Storage Collection, which offers a more general starting point for visitors who are still exploring their options.

L176.5cm x W46.7cm x H89.5cm


Material: Teak, oak, walnut, Oregon pine veneer w/ matching wooden toes
Legs in burnished or painted steel in black, orange or light blue
Sliding doors in white/yellow, white/light blue or veneer
Tray unit w/ six drawers in a warm or cold range of colors



Finn Juhl is the father of modern Danish design. His works are famous for their elegant simplicity, so much so that they have become the basis of Scandinavian design today.



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