I am romancing over this petite wooden antique dresser that I recently found down at “The Vintage Soul“, where my vintage window booth resides.
It has glass knobs that look like big old diamonds! Eeek!
Let me share with you how it looks today in our guest bathroom!
Truthfully, I have been eyeing this mini antique dresser for some time.
I took the measurements in the small guest bathroom for the space between the sink and the door.
And you know what?
Yes, the measurements for this petite antique dresser were a foolproof match.
So Ella and I drove down to the shop to bring her home with us.
Everyone down at the shop always loves seeing Ella. She gets so excited seeing them too. But Ella was quickly moved to the front seat of the car, while we loaded the antique dresser into the back of my car. And off we went.
As expected it fit so nicely into this small guest bathroom.
I just love adding wooden antique furniture pieces to freshly painted or modern spaces like this one. It instantly makes a room feel homey and cozy.
Do you remember these vintage soap dish inserts displayed here on the antique dresser that I picked up while out “Thrifting with the Gals” a few weeks ago?
I haven’t hung them up in the bathroom just yet, but that’s my plan. You can see more in the post, A Thrift Here, a Vintage There, and a Valentine from when I found them. I had never seen anything like these before.
Vintage Glass Dresser Knobs
Seriously, if it wasn’t the size and dark red wood tones that attracted me to this antique dresser, it was the large vintage glass drawer knobs.
Don’t they look like large crystals or diamonds?
I just adore them.
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How can I customize my bathrooom?
Vintage or antique dressers are a pleasing way to customize bathrooms. There are so many fabulous old dressers at affordable prices available today to choose from too.
Browse your local antique shops, thrift stores, second-hand shops, flea markets, etc… Maybe you even have an old dresser in your basement or attic that you could repurpose for use in your bathroom?
Can you use vintage dresser drawers in a bathroom vanity?
Yes, this is another great way to customize your bathroom, with an antique dresser vanity. If I didn’t already have a pedestal sink in our bathroom, this is definitely the way I would go. See more in this article from HGTV, Turn a Vintage Dresser Into a Bathroom Vanity.
You can always add a vintage wash basin and pitcher set to get the look of an old dresser vanity too.
Antique Dresser Drawer Liners
To add a little more character and charm to this antique dresser, I took some of the leftover wallpaper from our recent wallpaper project and created drawer liners out of the Flora pattern from Wallpaper Direct. This wallpaper adorns the adjoining guest bedroom to this bathroom.
You may also enjoy the post, Repurposed Oak Dresser with Mirror Quaint in the Attic.
You can see my affection for antique dressers is long, very very long…
I’d love to replace these old bathroom tile floors soon too.
I’m leaning towards black and white tiles, a look that I have always admired.
Oh and did you see this Vintage Dresser Refashioned | Something Old Something New that I shared earlier this week in our smaller guest bedroom?
Yesterday’s temperatures were in the 80s here in Vermont, which forced out 5 new spring Daffodils.
Spring has Sprung!
I’m so glad you dropped by, and if you are new to my blog, welcome! I hope you enjoyed your visit with us here today at our Home in Vermont.
Be sure also to check out our Home in Coastal Maine where we spend summers and weekends when we are craving a walk on the beach or a visit with old friends.
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*I’d love to include some antique petite dressers here for you to shop too. But currently, I am finding the Etsy furniture options and more have gotten really expensive, truthfully. I’ll keep an eye on this in case things should change…
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