Combining the best features of a sideboard and a china cabinet, this handsome china sideboard project is perfect for smaller spaces and casual living. There’s plenty of room for serving on top, and dishes, serving pieces, silver, and linens are safely stored and displayed behind tempered glass doors in the cabinet below.

The project measures 60 inches long by 30 inches tall by 15 inches deep.

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31 Responses to “China Sideboard”
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      Hi Garry. There are too many variables involved to estimate your cost to build this project. You’ll have to price it out according to local hardwood and plywood prices, and determine what you want to use for hardware and finish.

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  1. Dixie Yeargin

    I would like to know more of how to build a sideboard for my kitchen