Thomasville Gray Dresser/Buffet
Description: Thomasville 9 drawer dresser/buffet painted in shadow white. The top and drawers have been sanded and stained in shades of greys and espresso. Original hardware in dark nickel. Beautiful solid oak piece in great shape. Will make a statement wherever it goes…..farmhouse or contemporary…..this style will blend in.
Deep Red Dresser/Foyer Table/Nightstand
Description: Dresser painted in a deep red with gold metallic accent. Original hardware in bronze with gold highlights. Three drawers work well. Nice curved lines and trim details. Would make a great piece for a foyer or a nightstand for a high bed.
Eggplant Tall Dresser
Description: Tall dresser from Cushman Classic Furniture painted in deep purple with eggplant accents. New hardware in dark nickel. 6 drawers all work great. Lots of storage in a well made, sturdy dresser.
French Country Taupe Dresser
Description: Beautiful 9 drawer French Country dresser painted in taupe with pastel drawers in blush, lily and soft pink. Original hardware refreshed in champagne. Perfect piece for a changing table in a feminine nursery. Very solid and well built.
Bassett Vintage White Dresser or Buffet
Description: Dresser from Bassett painted in vintage white. The top has a weathered look in soft shades of cream, taupe and greys and is finished with a white wash. Original hardware in soft antique nickel. There are nine drawers that are dove tail and work great.
Thomasville Teal Dresser
Description: Thomasville dresser painted in a medium teal with a bit of champagne sparkle added. It is a bit deeper and less green than in pic. Trimmed in silver metallic. Original hardware refreshed in pewter and silver. 5 drawers work great. Nice solid wood, well made piece. Quite heavy.
What’s the difference between a dresser and a chest of drawers?
There are slight differences between a dresser and chest of drawers. Though both contain multiple drawers though they differ in design and size. Either one might be great for your home, depending on your needs.
Traditionally, dressers are short, wide and deep. Their spacious drawers are arranged in multiple columns, often with two or three side by side totaling to six or more drawers. Their wide frames offer plenty of room on top and space to attach a mirror. This popular design lets you get dressed in front of the table, hence the name.
On the other hand, a chest of drawers is usually tall and narrow. The most common setup is one column of four to six drawers. Because a chest of drawers tends to be tall, it is not a practical place for a mirror. Instead, its sleek, thin design is meant to take up as little floor space as possible.
Chalk Painting can be used to revitalize a bedroom set or help tie together different set pieces with similar chalk painted style and colors. This can bring an old beat up or miss matched bedroom set to life