When I’m shopping at a flea market or antique shop, I usually place at least one classic dresser with a low profile along with three long drawers. Sure, dressers are traditionally utilized to store clothing in your bedroom. However, these low dressers also sit at that perfect elevation for use around the house as a changing table, bathroom vanity, media cabinet, sideboard, or home bar. So the next time you see a dresser you adore (but don’t need for your bedroom), think outside the box. There’s a special charm that a classic dresser adds to a room.
Changing table. Capture the classic style you would like for your little girl’s nursery using a low classic dresser as a changing table. Who says you have to use the standard nursery furniture? The height and width of this classic dresser is simply right.
Hint: Most changing tables come with a tray to maintain your changing mat in place. If you’re using a classic dresser as the changing table, be sure to put quilted contact paper under so that the mat does not go around with your infant.
Amy Lambert Lee
Wow, this mirrored dresser utilized as a changing table adds a large dose of glam into the nursery. And I’m sure baby will adore looking at herself in the mirrored surface.
Give a classic dresser a fresh coat of paint for an instant new look. Here, the changing table channels a beach-y cabin vibe.
Hint: If you’re considering buying a vintage dresser as a changing table, check the elevation. The average elevation of a changing table is all about 36″ high, and it will be a comfortable height for you — so you’re not bending too low or reaching baby.
Nicole Lanteri Design
This low yellow dresser is sure to be the focus of this nursery. There’s readily space for a changing pad and provides. Once baby is potty-trained, this necklace would make a stunning piece for her big-girl room.
Cynthia Mason Interiors
Turn a dresser into a sink vanity. I’ve seen this design concept lots of times, and I’ll never tire of it. If I ever own a home, I definitely need to scout out a beautiful dresser to turn into my own one-of-a-kind bathroom sink.
TIP: You’ll need a vessel sink to match with your non dresser to flip it to a sink vanity.
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc..
I really like the mix of styles you see with this sink vanity. A low classic dresser is paired with a vessel sink and modern faucet. The result is one eye piece bit for your bathroom.
Bar. This low dresser fits flawlessly by the window because a miniature home bar. And there are drawers to shop entertaining supplies. I much prefer this design to normal bar carts: this outfit looks so grownup and chic.
Kati Curtis Design
Buffet. This low dresser looks right at home in a living room — it might easily be utilized as a buffet by the dining table. Or I could see my husband’s flatscreen TV looking fairly sitting on the top.
Castro Design Studio
Sideboard. Using a plate rack over, you may use a low dresser as a sideboard by your dining room. Store your flatware and tea towels in the drawers. This chamber has a modern cabin vibe that I adore.
Dresser. It’s simple to conquer the top of your dresser with stuff. I would love for my dresser to look more as the dresser here. The surface of the dresser is spare of mess, which means that your eyes go to this piece’s lines.