A white lacquered vintage dresser doubles as a nightstand. An orange chandelier is swaged to the side, adding a bright pop of color. To balance out the chandelier, a tall vase is filled with flowers, creating height on both sides.
Brand new can be boring. Jen wanted the front bathroom to have character. She went online and found this vintage dresser for only $350. The crew transformed it into a vanity and added the deep vessel sink to complement the dresser's Old World charm.
Wanting to create a space for women of all shapes, sizes and backgrounds, Detroit-based wedding photographers Cassie Tackett and Erin Hannum launched the boutique bridal shop, Ox & Opal. The store offers a range of sizes, styles, and even price points for pre-owned and vintage dresses and accessories.
An arch of mirrors surround this vanity for easy viewing and a bright, reflective feel. A vintage stool is perfect for the feminine feel. The white marble floor is echoed by a marble accent strip above the vanity countertop. A pair of lamps and small flower pots creates a mirrored look for the decoration.
Don’t shy away from consignment and resale stores. Designers Lisa Turner and Wallace Bryan of Trinity Mercantile and Design Company repurposed a vintage dresser from a consignment store for less than $500, a huge discount from the price of a new dresser of that size. Paired with a mirror, it created a good vanity space. The red lamp and the gold bedside lamps were donated to this Dwell with Dignity makeover room by Currey & Company.
Instantly add dining space to your porch with a space-saving bistro set. Here, a collapsible bistro table is paired with collapsible chairs in front of a vintage wooden dresser that serves as a plant stand.
This beautiful four poster bed features custom cotton sateen duvet and shams designed by Vern Yip, and the walls are hand painted by artist Michael Boudreault. Vintage Baker dressers supply 12 drawers, providing plenty of storage.
Find a special outfit that your child can wear to parties and gatherings all season long. Department stores, boutiques and online handmade shops are filled with seasonal clothing, like this vintage-inspired dress, weeks before the holiday festivities begin.
A wall panel is upholstered in a white floral pattern. The same floral pattern is repeated in an upholstered headboard, armchair and the bed's dust ruffle. A vintage green dresser doubles as a nightstand and breaks up the overwhelming floral pattern.
This little boy's room maximizes storage space by incorporating two vintage-inspired dressers: one tucked in the closet and one next to the bunk beds. Intended for the youngest gentleman of the house, the space pairs classic, tailored elements with nickel accents and distressed furnishings for a look that’s both playful and preppy.
One of the quickest ways for a media room to take on a cluttered look is by using an ill-fitting, open storage TV stand. Since the family has a large DVD collection as well as gaming systems and controllers, concealed storage for this media room was a must. To create a tailor-made storage solution, a vintage wooden dresser was retrofitted as a game storage console and placed directly under the wall-mounted flat-panel TV.
Sometimes a sense of humor in an otherwise tailored space can create a not-so-serious feeling. While Chris' bedroom walls are covered in a pinstripe wool menswear suit fabric, the juxtaposition of a white resin moose head against the tailored walls creates a light-hearted element of surprise. Since the wall application set Chris back approximately $1300, he saved on furniture by choosing a vintage wood dresser he scored for $125 at a flea market. Since dark-colored accessories could easily get lost in the navy blue tone of the pinstriped wall covering, bulky ultra-white vases were grouped together to create a strong contrast.
A vintage automotive tool chest doubles as a small dresser and the closet doors are covered in corkboard for displaying posters and artwork. A stylized map of the US and vintage license plates as wall decor create a roadtrip theme.
Accessorizing with vintage winter sporting equipment, such as skis, snowshoes, a sled and skates, gives a rustic cottage appearance to a North Carolina front porch decorated by blogger Amy Buchanan of AttaGirlSays. The sports equipment joins yard sale finds, including the table, vintage wooden toolbox and the dresser frame.