Style Your Dresser Three Ways: Boho, Romantic or Glam

June 2, 2015

If you caught Monday’s blog post, you probably saw the gorgeous photos of custom painted furniture at MegMade. I couldn’t resist taking the opportunity to have some fun with one of Meg’s awesome pieces. I spotted a gorgeous black and wood dresser with some brass details.

I thought it’d be interesting to try styling the same piece in three different styles. 1. To show how versatile a piece of transitional furniture can be, and 2. Because sometimes you don’t know what look you’ll really love until you pull all the elements together. If one of the looks suits you best, I’ve listed some resources under the roundup collages.

Also, these kind of knick-knacks are perfect for your thrifting list. Jot down a few items you’ll need on a post-it and stick it in your wallet. Next time you find yourself at a second hand store or flea market, you’ll have that list of things to keep your eye out for!

Don’t miss my very exciting .gif at the end of the post! (I’m very proud of my first .gif – haha, hopefully I’ll advance my .gif skills quickly).


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ROUNDUP RESOURCES: Textiles – Territory Design, Tote Bag – Noonday Collection, Plants – Alapash Home, Bowl – IKEA, Jewelry – Free People


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ROUNDUP RESOURCES: Lamp – 1st Dibs, Birdcage – One Kings Lane, Starburst Mirror – Target, Candleholder – Domino, Vintage Replica Trunk – Wayfair, Marbled Paper – Calico Wallpaper


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Lipstick – Anthropologie, Vintage Handkerchief, Dried Seeded Eucalyptus, Vintage Printable Artwork, Brass Bowl – Nate Berkus for Target, Vintage Books and Lace Jewelry

Do you have a favorite look? I’d love to know which one it is, leave me a comment below!



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Claire’s creative energy comes from her unique perspective on the world as both a trained interior designer and a passionate yoga teacher. Her affinity for kitchen design, timeless style and eclectic decorating are shared here, along with lots of interior design education and tips. Thanks for being here, please enjoy!

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