Ottawa sideboard

Material: Matte white lacquered

Leg: Matte black structure lacquered

Designer: Karim Rashid

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Expected delivery: 6-8 weeks. Due to current systemic global logistic challenges, the delivery times might not reflect reality. Your local store will be able to provide more accurate delivery timings.
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Meet Ottawa

Looks cannot be said to suffer for function with this stylish sideboard. Beautiful organic curves become a fluid decoration on the Ottawa sideboard, providing both function and character to the modern design. Enjoy the ample storage space that keeps your home tidy and let the organic and unique design bring elegance to your dining room.


Dimensions and weight

  • Height: 29½ "
  • Width: 94½ "
  • Depth: 21½ "
  • Weight: 221 lb
  • Maximum weight load: 176 lb

Key features

  • Amount of Drawers: 2
  • With soft-close drawers, doors and integrated shelves


  • Base cabinet: melamine/chipboard
  • Leg/base: steel


  • Base cabinet: lacquered
  • Leg/base: powder coated

Assembly instructions

This product is complicated to assemble – that’s why we recommend that you take advantage of our professional assembly service. Our experienced staff will deliver the product to your home, put it together, position it just where you want it and take the packaging with them when they leave. Better safe than sorry!


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Karim Rashid

Reversible end and handle inserts

The reversible inserts behind the handle and at the ends make it possible to change the look of the sideboard. Spice it up or tone it down and create a new look.

Leg design

The table is designed with a slim leg solution of reinforced steel. This is an untraditional design feature that emphasizes the uniqueness of the table.

Curved handle

Designer Karim Rashid has used curved handles to create an outstanding, sculptural expression.


World renowned designer Karim Rashid has designed this iconic sideboard. Drawing on his inspiration from nature, he has succeeded in creating a functional masterpiece.

    A tip from our interior designer

    “No matter how great a design, a sure-fire way to kill it is clutter. Consider layouts and add the few select pieces that tell your story.”