Dressers. Saturday , November 04th , 2017 - 16:23:15 PM
Another style of handmade dressers that is still popular today is the Shaker style. Originating in the late 1700s, the Shaker style is revered for its clean lines, durable features and innovative joinery methods. Distinctive features include an arched apron and tapered legs, which looks graceful and unimposing. Originally minimal in embellishments, artisans today will play with the tradition by adding modern touches, like blending types of wood in the paneling. Contrasting natural woods, like maple and walnut, a craftsman can really highlight the beauty of the panel doors and drawers. Intentionally practical, these sideboard Shaker style dressers are perfect for storing dining room china, but the pieces of furniture are elegant enough on their own.
Before buying a dresser, ensure that you have the measurements of the area you need to place the dresser in. Make a note of the height, depth and width. Also, if you want to keep the dresser in the corner of a wall, then make sure there is enough space for the doors to open. Check the product descriptions closely and check if the dresser can fit in the given size range.You must think about how you are going to use the dresser every day. Think of the smaller details as to how you would keep your clothes, shoes, accessories and other things that you would prefer storing in your dresser. If you are short of hanging space, then you can keep your folded clothes in the deep dresser. Some would prefer dressers with small drawers where they would help store lingerie, hosiery, make-up and other bathroom essentials.
Shabby chic dressers and sideboards make a fantastic addition to any style kitchen, contemporary or vintage. The shabby chic style seems to have become very popular recently, as many home and design magazines feature this style regularly, and interior designers on TV are all using it for home makeovers! If you like this style of furniture its a great way to add some originality and individuality to your home, as most shabby chic dressers that you can buy are re-used or up-cycled from antiques or second-hand dressers. Dressers were first popular in the seventeenth century in Europe and during this period furniture was handcrafted and generally well-made. Antique or vintage furniture was usually built to last and to be hard-wearing. It is only in recent years that we have become a nation of flat-pack-loving consumers!
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