MCM Ombre Grey Dresser
Description: MCM solid wood dresser done in ombre’ shades of grey. 5 drawers work great. Original hardware in deep nickel.
Bassett Matching Dresser & Nightstand
Description: Here is a matching Bassett tall dresser and nightstand. Done in lamp black with some trim and the drawers left natural. 6 nice sized drawers all work great. Definitely a statement piece. 40 x 19 x 78 H. Dresser selling for $348. Matching nightstand is $108. Buy them together for $425
Price: ON SALE FOR $278 (SET $348)…..was $425 as a set (separate $348 dresser, $108 nightstand)
Navy and Bronze Dresser/Buffet
Description: Dresser/buffet painted in deep navy and drawers have a weathered look in navy, bronze and grey. The top has been stained in walnut. Metallic legs, hardware and trim give it a nice elegant look.
Vintage Blush Dresser
Description: Vintage dresser done in blush with a bit of rose gold metallic trim. The top and top drawer had wonderful grain so have been sanded and stained in walnut. Hardware is finished in rose gold. 3 large drawers and 3 smaller all work fine.
Price: $258 on sale for $178
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.