Highboards & use
Thanks to its space-saving shape, a highboard is ideally suited to be combined with other pieces of furniture. Because of its versatility, the highboard is also often used as a showcase or sideboard.
Living room or dining room - as a showcase for presenting glasses, plates or souveniers
Bedroom - as a high chest of drawers for storing underwear, clothes and sheets
Hall - provides a home for your shoes, scarves, hats and keys
Nursery - perfect place for board games, stuffed animals and toys
Kitchen or bathroom - a highboard can be used for cutlery and dishes or towels and care products
Office or study - if equipped with practical castors, the highboard acts as an indispensable companion
Highboards & material & style
Most highboards are made of solid wood because of its necessary stability. You can choose the colour or grain according to your personal taste. Other popular variations are highboards made of pine, beech or oak because they radiate warmth and cosiness. When the wood is combined with metal elements, a rustic or industrial style is created. A highboard in white with high gloss brings a minimalist look into your home. You can find highboards with curved legs, detailed decorations and eccentric shapes.
Highboards & care
Wood must be properly cared for so that it continues to attract attention in your home. The surface of your highboard has either been oiled, waxed or varnished.
Oiled and waxed chests of drawers are more sensitive than the varnished versions. They must be cleaned with a dry or slightly damp cloth. Avoid vigorous scrubbing or aggressive cleaning agents that contain alcohol.
For melamine-coated or high-gloss surfaces, you can use a damp cloth that has been dipped in water with a little neutral soap. Then you can clean the surface with a paper towel and glass cleaner.
So that you can keep your tall storage for a long time, you should wipe away any spills immediately and not place any hot or damp objects on it.