Elegant Antique Bedroom Vanity

The bedroom vanity is still prevalent in the eco-friendly 21st century. As people reduce their living space and consumption, there is still a need to prepare for the day ahead, and that way is harkening back to centuries before when the bedroom vanity was often a mark of decadence. Today, antique styles always manage to make a comeback. Antique bedroom vanity create an oasis for leisurely primping. Finding one you love can be the inspiration to redecorate your whole bedroom. However you decide to decorate with your antique bedroom vanity, you might start to feel like an old time movie star sitting on that cute little stool facing a mirror that is gently curved to frame your face. Also, if you are one of those antique lovers, then you will find antique bedroom vanity add punch to your collection, no matter what style you seek.

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This antique bedroom vanity has different styles. The first style is Georgian Chippendale. Popularized by British cabinet-maker Thomas Chippendale, the Chippendale style has become synonymous with ornate wood carvings, usually in mahogany, and curved, ball-in-claw feet. Chippendale vanities began appearing in the late 18th century and were generally larger than their Queen Anne predecessors, featuring two rows of drawers instead of one. These vanities are usually topped by a large mirror surrounded with curving ornamentation. Then, for fans of more modern antique furniture, try an Art Deco-style vanity table.

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Art deco furniture features clean lines, a minimal amount of added adornment and often geometric shapes. According to Victoriana.com, “This furniture style was derived from an historic Paris exposition in 1925 that celebrated the marriage of art and industry in rejection of art nouveau.” Vanities of this style consist of a range of materials such as high-polished wood or stainless steel. Such vanities often have sensuous curves in the legs and corners of the table, and the frame of the mirror and scalloped surfaces that make strong yet subtle lines and ridges. Such vanities may also contain carvings or inlaid designs of starbursts, sunbursts or chevrons. All in all, this style of vanity has a very glamorous look and feel to it.

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Another popular styles ofย  antique bedroom vanity is Queen Anne. Popularized in the early 18th century, the Queen Anne style vanities are remarkable for their lightness and grace. The design of these vanities features a number of curves, especially in the table legs. Prominent scalloped carvings complete the Queen Anne style. These vanities can be made from a wide variety of woods, including mahogany, oak, walnut and maple. The tables are taller than the Chippendale variety but feature only one row of drawers, and are topped by a smaller, round mirror. These were some information about antique bedroom vanity. To buy this vanity, you can check out antique and thrift stores for great buys. If you don’t want a gently used set, then head off to your local furniture store. The store may only have a few on displays because vanities aren’t as popular as they once were. Ask the salesperson to allow you to see a catalog. If you could possibly’t find what you want in the store, the salesman ought to be able to order it. Antique bedroom vanities are making a comeback. You could be a part of the revolution.

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45 thoughts on “Elegant Antique Bedroom Vanity

  1. June Tatiana Joslyn

    We been familiar with West Elm for years, but for a different reason. We multiple customers that will out to us wanting a custom made item similar to one of West Elms but that is made well. We heard stories from customers saying that the item was to be made in USA and they it and giant stamps declaring Made in Mexico. Others complained of dirty and tables and major chemical smells. There items in photos and I am that they to us in business.

  2. FernandoJaime

    @HollyP I guess it would depend on your crocheting and what is comfortable in your hand. I some of the hooks with the bigger grip handles, especially if the hook itself is small. Upgrading a hook this is probably a lot cheaper than buying the ones with the rubber grips.But again, depends on the person.

  3. Ava.Autumn.Journey

    Actually wifi has no bearing on your hasten tests. The test that you at the you listed is only going to test the from your gateway (in this case your modem) to the gateway on the receiving end. This is a misunderstanding that people have.

  4. Dallas Ally Y.

    I the camera on my iphone today in a really capable manner today:I bought a plot to live and to up curtains in the main bedroom that will cessation light from coming in in the morning. Faced with a million choices at the curtain store, I switched on the flash on my camera, slipped my phone each curtain and took a photo. I bought the curtain that blocked more of the flash than any other (there were several in this category and I chose the one which was the most attractive, given my color scheme.)

  5. Tinley Hana

    I was puzzled to an duplicate of my mahogany pie crust table – minus the handpainted dog on the top – on the One Kings Lane website selling for a couple thousand dollars “marked down from $3,800”.I paid $400 for mine in an antique store in NC.

  6. Enrique_Destin

    * it up, roll up your sleeves and double your efforts.On our street, there are a couple of neighbours with snow-blowers. They through, the most back-breaking of shoveling, and then the rest of us out stairways, paths, and around cars. There are quite a few elderly residents here, so all of us pitch in to compose clear they a path to their doors and cars.There are rewards for our efforts: teamwork and neighbourly bonding, and baked goods from the people we shovel out!

  7. Van

    @Seaside — You say:”Is it only a matter of time before adoption agencies maligning people for having biological children?”I say: Not a excellent comparison. There are no homeless children being to death in the USA.Breeding dogs and cats is irresponsible. There was no need to extrapolate that fact to humans, nor was there such an implication.

  8. Janelle-ZZZ

    I did a combo family party for my 1 & 3 year conventional this past December (their birth dates are 2 days apart) and then a “friend” party for my 3 year old. This year I am doing one ample party for family and friends for both. Hoping to a boy/girl or gender neutral theme that will encompass enough decorating and activity ideas that will appeal to both kids and their friends.Also, to avoid the separate invites for the kids to send to their friends even though the parties are combined.

  9. Aldo Rory B.

    Having tried both the newspaper the squeegee (as PhoebeArt suggested) I highly, highly recommend the squeegee method. The newspaper route works on appearance, but it a lot of time vs. the other route. I heart my squeegee sponge that I can add on to an extention rod (Home Depot) and that I can my outside windows easily.

  10. Adalynn Amanda

    I this is an environmentally responsible alternative to a disposable dish, and one that others will envy! There are lots of disposables that recycle, but none that will the energy and resources of this glass dish. If I were your hostess, I would delight in that you care enough about the environment to consume sustainable glassware dish rather than a cheap plastic disposable, even if it means I might to wash a few dishes. And what hostess likes to out of plastic anyway?!

  11. Adelaide.1968

    @lauraggamble That is ridiculous. A yellow star does not automatically mean the Star of David (Molech). In addition, the swastika is by many cultures across the globe. The print with it has nothing to with nazis. People under every rock to something to complain about. Neither one of these links has anything to with antisemitism, when you actually at the products. People need to a grip.

  12. Dillan_Haden_Korey

    Sort of an Andy Warhol but not quite Thomas Kinkade. To be beautiful though all artists had the “studio system”…think of all those haystacks.I of Chihuly as an “installation artist”..his things effect seem more appropriate to corporate or settings than private homes. But they are more able to afford it…just a intelligent businessman.

  13. Karen Zahra

    I depends on what you are going for… but if you are in being historically (since you mentioned “vintage”) – you would want white. when, every surface in a kitchen or bathroom was white. They felt it was easier to and had recently figured out that germs cause illness.Anyway… Those looking for historical or preservation information on subway tile, I did a write-up here. (I am a historic preservationist)

  14. Anya@1992

    Hi!I proudly a of audioramas from the 70s running on a yamaha current day amplifier, and i to say they sound wonderful.I assume they were meant for quadrophonic or multi speaker systems home theaters, so sweet is not an issue. I them hanging from the ceiling at the middle of the living room and configured as fronts on my yamaha.You actually feel music coming from the speakers, as it reflects on the wall behind!

  15. Zuri@88

    I similar outs in my apartment. The built in desks been removed, but the outlets are in similar spots and the placement of the cutouts are in main locations yours. One has been to display things – you can achieve in shelves easily. In another one, we did what a lot of people suggested here and got a tension rod and curtains across it and it for storage (our cats also hiding out in there). I agree with another commenter that it would really if you simply up a curtain across that whole wall with the windows.

  16. LivHeavenlyCarla

    it, everything about it. Walnut is my accepted wood and that tile is dazzling. Even the toaster is stylish. But by far my change is the exposed brick.Also, bonus points for the shout-out to Gardenweb. I spent soooooo time there before (and during) our kitchen remodel. If you ever want to be hopelessly confused about which appliance to buy, head on over to Gardenweb for a few hours ๐Ÿ˜‰

  17. Leonardo Quintin Rey I.

    “If however, your county/city wants the tax dollars, then the regulations will that–and house size will be maximized.”This is basically what it is all about. Scraping off older existing bungalows on smaller lots has happened in the city where I live all around me and especially in the pricier neighborhoods. It would be if there were some guidelines in place–that homes may need to fit the existing character of the neighborhood. I most of these homes were built by speculators with the intent of making money as the people not in them for long–just the required 3 years and then they sell and now due to the economy the astronomical homes sit for months on end, even when slashing prices by as as $30K or more. Some sit empty for months on end. This has occurred where I live where an existing brick ranch with a lot was scraped and replaced by a larger home. It has been on the market for over 4 years and the asking was $1.2 million. The builder intends to sell the rest of the lot to accomplish another exactly the one he honest did. The economy has halted some of this, but not in some areas. The city is too greedy and will continue to allow this since it is all about tax dollars.

  18. Juan-Rhett

    i really want to thank you for the inspiration and the rooms that give our eyes a chance to rest! I abhor so those cheap barbie-,bob the songe-, macqueen- rooms which seem mostly bask in a tasteless advertisement. till now, all nurseries I ve seen are total pink ro total blue monotonie. bliah !!!Thank * I ve found this site!

  19. Angie Zainab Aadhya Y.

    “Charlotte advises that the best thing to do when you a house you want to live in for a long time is to sidestep the trends and turn it into a home, making it classic and timeless.” perfect

  20. Leon C.

    I agree with Jon B. It probably will be a astronomical jolt to your plants, but if the alternative is leaving them behind, its worth it to try. That said, I grew lots of vegetables on my roof in Williamsburg. Unlike most of the flowers, the tomatoes seemed to all that unrelenting sun. favorable luck!

  21. Ramon-Everett-Atticus

    Some of this has to be mental. Instead of adding more storage for extra toilet paper rolls, shampoo, soap, etc. an easier acknowledge could be the store those items in a hallway closet and yourself to check for quantities before you stuck in the shower without any soap.

  22. Zoe Raelynn Deborah

    I a system that works well for me. Our coat closet is under our staircase, so it is a deep and angled closet. We acquire two closet rods with one behind the other. Today, I sorted and rotated all of the heavier coats to the rod and did a bit of editing in the process. I also attach coats on their wooden hangers and created a pile of wire hangers to to the cleaners. Winter sweaters went into the under bed box and summer things came out consequently. I ended up spending about an hour. Things better and more seasonally appropriate!

  23. Genevieve_Zelda

    I gotta agree with RuthTooth on this one. If I wanted to at such renovations, I would looked at EntireFloorOfYourHomeTherapy.com. This is the type of thing I skip over. (And, yes, I looked at this one, skipped over it, and read through the comments to how others reacted to this “inspiration.”I the dilemma here is that this post was tagged as “Before and After” rather than “Inspiration” – a category that they at least to have.

  24. Kenzie_Lillie_Aubriella

    i absorb an LG washer/dryer combo unit in my kitchen… and i it! i had one in the master bath when i rented in DTLA (came standard), and now that i own, i went and found something similar. i swapped out the stack system that came with my condo and installed shelves above it now that i all that extra vertical space.

  25. Sutton Louise Y.

    Who needs this question? Using gendered descriptors for rooms is too simple and not significant. The female room-examples in this post are all romantic, – nothing modern, moddy (boudoir) or scandinavian. But is romantic the only synonym for female aesthetic?…..Is this a contemporary female association? Quite conservative.

  26. Julio

    Luce makes a excellent point. There is a difference between Natives living in areas and Expats. I absolutly didnt mean to imply that Rome was similar to Las Vegas. I realize now it came off that. But what I mean is that when you are an expat living in a city that is filled with expats, be it Tokyo, Paris, Barcelona, etc…Your experience is not authentic. You mind as well to Las Vegas. Natives who the language and friends with others completely different experiences. I lived in cities around the world. I did a short stint in Rome. For Expats, iRome is not an exception. For Natives, it is a treasured jewel that continues to sparkle.

  27. Londyn Monica

    “Rebuffs that lead to afflict feelings are definitely not worth a few minutes alone.”Yes they are.With this you are basically telling the introvert that their welfare is secondary to the feelings of others.There are few people in my life who I will before my welfare. Fortunately those few people also out for my welfare and effect what they can to I am not doing to myself at their expense.

  28. Cameron-Mark-Blaine

    Gallery walls in baths remind me too of gallery walls in restaurant restrooms. That aside, I a more understated look.Truth time! I cleaning bathrooms, so I do only barely juuuuust enough to it sanitary. Any extra cleaning makes me cringe and whine.

  29. Chelsea_Nayeli_Alannah

    ok, i clicked on the tour to the dogs. when i got to the cage of purple lights, i slowed down to the sights. by the time i got to the the upholstery on the Haywood-Wakefield chair magnified the lines of the paisley rug, and then realized it was greyhounds, i was approach tears. this is amazing–the deal.

  30. Randy W.

    #4 is a “hit” in my life! This complex is falling apart. That upstairs unit flooded out so hammering of walls and floors is constant. That elevator has failed 3 times- imprisoning me in my 2nd floor unit in my wheelchair. A.D.A. was ignored, as were CA building codes for width of front doors. Stress is constant – appreciate the song Hotel California says: “come in any time you like; but you can never leave.” Thankfully, my fortress has an ocean view.

  31. Johnny_Kylan_Arnav

    I a vintage four canisters on a wooden rack for dry food storage (lentils/quinoa/rice/elbow macaroni), a tray with my French press, salt and pepper shakers, and sugar bowl, a bamboo cutting board, a metal canister with cooking utensils, my Pylones chicken-shaped timer, a spoon rest, and usually my Le Crueset tea kettle. Oh and of course my wooden dish rack, usually piled high with dishes!

  32. Gustavo Jamel

    I live in a apartment with a European fridge so I hopes in this article. But I figured out a long time ago by myself that it saves to off the packaging. And since your lists of recommendations often in ten I was now looking for the other nine ideas on how to store things in a fridge.Needless to say I was a disappointed ๐Ÿ™‚

  33. Jamari1961

    Yikes! That is well beyond my plant care capabilities. I really maindenhair ferns, so sad! I a ton of plants, but learned to not unrealistic expectations on myself for what I can do. Better to plants that suit my lifestyle ๐Ÿ™‚ (For anyone interested, this is my plant-care philosophy:

  34. Ryder Maxim

    Also, be careful if you are clearing brush and are considering burning the brush. I acquire had a number of friends growing up that actually had cases of poison ivy or oak down their throats or in their eyes from the smoke. If the wood or anything as been covered in these plants staying away from it if you are sensitive.

  35. Grayson-Jaidyn

    I agree with keeping the guest free of clutter and objects. For the rest of the home, I capture practical, extremely comfortable for everyone, as green as possible, and somewhat minimal.

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