Why Small Dressing Tables are so Popular

Over the past few years, we really have seen the size of homes and of rooms shrinking. But this has meant we have had to compromise with some of our furniture choices, and sometimes that means giving up luxury items that no longer fit in your bedroom.
One of the things I certainly don’t want to give up is a dressing table to put my makeup on and somewhere I can store my makeup without cluttering up the rest of the room. But sometimes, getting around this is as easy as finding a small dressing table. Here are three small dressing table you can fit into your room.

I love the Hudson Living Wycombe Oak Dressing Table. Its glamorous style in light oak wood really does add a chic touch to your bedroom and makes a stunning console table. What I love about this table are the legs. The Nordic influenced rounded legs complete a contemporary look for your bedroom, and just look simply stunning with their almost bamboo-like effect. Not only this, the piece has a drawer for tucking away all your essentials so you can find everything when you are in a rush in the morning.

The Nilsson Rustica Reclaimed Wood Dressing Table is perfect if you are looking to make a retro statement with your furniture. The beautiful reclaimed wood and the angled legs work together to add elegance and simplicity that oozes Scandinavian style. With the two drawers opening smoothly on runners, the piece would work as a dressing table, or if you later decided to shift things around, like a console table for your hallway or living room.

If you are looking for a little bit of shabby chic style, the Savannah Small Reclaimed Wood Dressing Table might be the answer! The gorgeous dressing table is finished with a crisp white base, but the blend with the vintage top is what makes this piece extra special. It also comes with lots of storage so is perfect if you like all your essentials organised so you know exactly where they are!

To find more details on our small reclaimed dressing tables at Modish Living, please visit our website, or get in touch with one of our team.

Charlotte Blackmore, Blog Editor

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