Tetris Inspired Sideboard by Pedro Machado

Today’s inspired work is the T@tris Sideboard, a great space-saving piece of furniture that will make your life easier. Designed by Pedro Machado, a designer from Lisboa, Portugal, this piece will help you save space while giving your house an amazing aspect at the same time.

Tetris Inspired Sideboard

Inspired by the Tetris game and boasting as many as 26 drawers this lovely sideboard is a stylish, geometric and roomy storage system in lush lacquered finish. Moreover, it features benches that extend the flat surface providing more space for dispalying objects. Also, the drawers allow you to store almost anything from jewelry to CDs, books and stuff like that. You can place your laptop on it because it is also a table.

Tetris Inspired Sideboard

Tetris Inspired Sideboard

What looks like an everyday item is actually injected with a lot of newness and functionality. The plain sideboard has been formed using a bunch of Tetris blocks that have been flawlessly stacked together. This concept comes draped in simplicity and manages to attract attention despite its plain look. The best thing about it is that it is great for small apartments where space issues keep cropping every now and then.

Tetris Inspired Sideboard

Tetris Inspired Sideboard

Tetris Inspired Sideboard

The puzzle game has many people hooked and now you can enjoy it as a furniture piece that satisfies the most hidden sins.

Published by in Furniture, on November 15th, 2011


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