How Incredible Minimalist Contemporary Dressers

Contemporary dressers come with minimalist designs and modern touches along your lovely bedroom. One of the important equipment that is in the master bedroom and bedroom girls are Dressing Table or Desk To preen. For women dressing table is important and it has become a woman needs to dress up. Besides dressers also be part to beautify the interior space in the room. So do not consider this a trivial in choosing a design table for this makeup. Examples For the bedroom with a minimalist theme should be supported by furnishings or furniture that has a minimalist design as well, including a dressing table.

wonderful contemporary grey dressers with mirror and there 4 drawers

wonderful contemporary grey dressers with mirror and there 4 drawers

So, in this great occasion we are going to discuss and share about how really incredible minimalist contemporary dressers design ideas. Please adjusted to the size of the room. Supposedly dressers indeed adjust the shape and size of the bedroom, do not let the size of the dressing table presence only adds crowded room, because it is a bedroom should be a place to rest as comfortable as possible. Well this is also important, like the bedroom large or small if the arrangement of the furniture does not match it will just spoil the view. Specifically for dressers, must be as comfortable as possible for its users. Sometimes we look in the mirror if the often stepped back so that we can reflect with a look full of our body, meaning dressers must be positioned in locations that are not cramped when facing the mirror. So people can still took a few steps backward when being mirrored.

awesome contemporary dressers with mirror bedroom furniture

awesome contemporary dressers with mirror bedroom furniture

awesome contemporary dressers chests bedroom designs

awesome contemporary dressers chests bedroom designs

Ideally dressers have bright lighting, both when in use during the day or night. Dressing table should be when the day did not directly deal with the sunlight, because it will make you glare when the mirror during the day. Position in a place not exposed to direct sunlight the most important thing is still quite light and comfortable to reflect. That’s all we can share about how really incredible minimalist contemporary dressers design ideas.

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126 thoughts on “How Incredible Minimalist Contemporary Dressers”

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  3. Chandler Nico Bernard B. says:

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  4. Isabelle Pearl Martha Y. says:

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  5. Joanna Q. says:

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  7. Keith Wade W. says:

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  8. Lena@911 says:

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  9. Leandro says:

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  10. Benjamin_German says:

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  11. Celine Riya says:

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  12. Karter says:

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  14. Jaylene_Lisa_Carlee says:

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  15. Marvin says:

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  16. GrantJoey says:

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  17. Peyton_Zendaya says:

    Yeah, I loved the shape of the cabinets too, but you can they were in dreadful shape – I doubt with the material it was made of that they could even been salvaged.I the addition of the wainscotting. And the butcherblock is lovely.

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  19. Bryce.Israel.Jefferson says:

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  21. William Tanner says:

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  23. Brycen.Clark says:

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  24. Eleanor-Lilyanna says:

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  25. LaylaLeilaImani says:

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  26. Julien Ari Guadalupe says:

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  27. Damarion Konner D. says:

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  29. ElvisRoyce says:

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  30. Ezra Luciano Reilly J. says:

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  31. Samuel_Nigel_Rigoberto says:

    I appreciate the crimson steel tool chest as a kitchen cabinet.

  32. Gary says:

    @cdanojohnson I the dress is from The Reformation online.

  33. Naya says:

    Pam is accurate that most people didn’t live with MCM effect – most had more mainstream tastes. And American architecture reflects that. For every 1950s novel house, there are probably a million “main street” homes. She is simply pointing out that there are other options under the mid century umbrella – and frankly, those are often more affordable. (A learnin’ never killed anyone!)If you want to glance a well executed MCM home, no further than this AT post from today:

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  36. MacieAlayaAubriella says:

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  37. Quincy777 says:

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  38. Julie Danna Aliana F. says:

    Love, love, the first room and every element in it…especially that rug and burl coffee table.2nd room is friendly but ordinary in comparison. No contest here.

  39. FreyaKamryn says:

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  40. Grayson says:

    Anyone believe any ideas where I can a loveseat bench similar to photo 5 but in a counter/island height??Thanks!

  41. Jayce Bronson S. says:

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  43. Miles1966 says:

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  44. Zelda says:

    Is it my computer or does the child in this graphic inspect particularly creepy around the eyes?

  45. Griffin_Enrique_Jairo says:

    guest room seems to be missing in photos posted, also closet would be handy for guests & storage. of vertical for storage is somewhat improved.

  46. DemiKinslee says:

    hello Everyone,This is my first time posting here so I hope this is an appropriate for the thread. I am to a couch from CB2 and am not how comfortable it is. Does anyone contain any suggestions on websites or information on the comfort of those couches? I am looking at the oasis sofa.Would appreciate any recommendations.Thank you so much!

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  49. Jorge777 says:

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  50. Trent says:

    Nicely replied by many. I know almost no one in life who looks at AT or other media about design. The delight expressed over things in my house that would seem faded hat to anybody who DOES read AT – totally worth being a dinky the times.I a KC&CO poster waiting to be framed…

  51. Nora Gabrielle Naya X. says:

    Thanks for all the tips and comments! Impatient me started this project this weekend and so far its coming along great. It eases my mind that I ended up doing a lot of the things mentioned in these comments!!I will definitely effect a detailed tutorial of our project and post it on my blog for all the see! tuned.We did leave the wall between the rails exposed. We 3/4″ D x 3-1/2″ W pieces of Pine purchased from Lowes. 3/4″ was the thickness of our exiting gross molding, so this will it a flush connection. For the chair rail we purchased more of the same Pine wood to horizontally along the top. We may add some decorative or a shelf if we it looks boring.To install we Liquid Nails for the rails (which worked great) and some 3″ finishing nails for the chair rail into studs. We filled in the seams with some wall cessation so there is no gaps between the wood and the wall, and sanded any excess once it dried.We are all primed and our next step is to paint. We decided on a white semi-gloss since our wedding china is a colorful glossy white.

  52. Roberto_Tyrese says:

    Thanks for all the first-rate comments!@dirce79 I did hold the silk screens above the bed, they were unbiased relocated to the reading nook.

  53. Mathew Lane T. says:

    First, plant a first-rate tree. In a few years, when it is enough to cast shade on the in question, spot a wonderful, and heavy, white wooden bench on the property line. Be certain to design a seating with some chairs. Add appropriate seasonal accents. No a neighbor is going to your stuff around in drawl to mow.

  54. Toby.777 says:

    I agree with Ariel Z – I believe GOT to commenting before coffee! I jumped to the conclusion that you wanted the art by the window despite the description that specifically asks if you need two mirrors flanking the window. I read that as two mirrors in addition to the art which seemed clutter to me.Two larger mirrors, flanking window, but raise the curtains.

  55. Josie-Harlee-Mavis says:

    simple white or neutral linen covers for the chairs.Copy the arch of the and join two pieces together at objective one seam in the shape of the arch. enjoy one part that hangs down at the back, between the side posts. The second hangs in front and they are tied/ velcro-d pinned or something togehter.You could play with this to peek what works best – the pieces could advance the floor the chair, or the front one could be long enough to cover the seat and down the front. And cushions could chase under or over the seat.This blueprint you can later about paint vs wood.

  56. Simon Korey W. says:

    How lovely. Even if I moved into a that had one….I would probably up messing it up. Some people are so talented when it comes to making art out of a garden.

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  59. Fiona E. says:

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  60. Abraham.2003 says:

    I am not usual a fan of beach house decor. However, this is vibrant and fun. cherish it! I want to vacation here.

  61. Orion_Ernest says:

    I am in agreement with Mikey on mindfulness.I to bring Oprah to AT, but she had a display on called Debt Diet this summer where she brought in experts to befriend control spending in households that had important debt.What I found most was an example of a woman who somehow manages to dawdle off the same porch outside of her house several times a year. Oprah this as a metaphor to how many of us sleepwalk through life, going through the motions without mind. This extended from purchasing things we cannot afford to acting without considering the consequences of our actions.Mindfulness streamlines, simplifies, and wakes us up to what is simple and real.

  62. Dane2007 says:

    oh one thing about mirror in bedroom…this is frequently asked in feng shui related TV shows which are in HK πŸ˜› so the practitioners that mirror is not disagreeable for bedroom but only not recommended for placing it directly facing where u sleep. the reasoning is out in the black or wake up in the early morning, it might “frighten” your collected not sober mind if catching your reflection in the mirror…of course it depends on how despicable or ur out-of-the-bed notice is πŸ˜› So having the mirror as headboard actually is not a despicable after all πŸ˜›

  63. Dylon says:

    Hey @hrhprincessfiona, a friend of ours actually develop the 10-person dining room table for us as a wedding gift — before we bought a house! The only room that the table would fit in (the biggest room in the house) had to be our dining room as a result. It works out because we appreciate to enjoy people over for dinner!The studio is a mere 70 square feet, so really not a bedroom choice for two adults!

  64. Trevon88 says:

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  65. Emerson says:

    That bed makes me nervous.But I bear though of using lucite legs on the bed to a similar effect. Has anyone done this? What did you think?

  66. Lylah says:

    Where is that desk/chair from? Its great. Is it two desks or one? I noticed someone mentioned West Elm but create not it there! What is it called? Thanks!! Looks amazing.

  67. Luna.1975 says:

    About 15 years ago I got my first down comforter and started buying a variety of duvet covers. I hastily discovered that my duvet hide was exactly indulge in my top sheet and I really hated my top sheet. It was always bent (yup OCD here) and pushed down to the bottom of the bed, so I honest stopped using a top sheet. Now I glean up shake out my comforter and arrange my pillows and it is done……. I admire not having to mess with a top sheet. I change my duvet cover each time I change my fitted sheet and pillow cases, which is about once a week, or maybe every 8 or 9 days, whatever.

  68. Rishi.2017 says:

    I recently bought four of the yellow west elm chairs to journey with my vintage woodgrain formica table. They are extremely comfortable – I highly recommend them! You can them here.Eve*****ModachromeHome

  69. Ivy_Holly_Hayley says:

    @VVal develop you mean blind corners? these are good, pricey and issues with lost space, but better than nothing if you are pressed:

  70. Terrell Jean Stephan says:

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  71. Lukas_Nathen_Prince says:

    LOOOVED these. I would sneak out of bed and color with them on the floor of my room by the * of light coming in from the hallway. I eventually became a designer. I totally want these for my daughter- the ones.

  72. Nolan Adriel Gonzalo C. says:

    I found the Hot plot Urban Fire Pit from a company in Florida…

  73. GuillermoRodolfoRhys says:

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  75. Caden Collin Carlo says:

    esteem your home! I too enjoy a mix of found items, Ikea, family pieces, etc. Including….the same orange chair πŸ™‚ Your is curious and fun – well done!

  76. Lydia says:

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  77. Nathaniel_Freddy_Rocky says:

    Wow, so this is what “pro” designers up with? I could not comfortably live in any of these.

  78. Judah says:

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  79. Journee Amber F. says:

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  80. Autumn-Kimberly-Clare says:

    Are you really going to want to at that furniture you bought together? I vote for selling it and splitting the proceeds.

  81. Arabella Zainab D. says:

    $1000 mortgage & HOA on my 650 sq ft 1 bdrm condo in North San Jose, CA. Lived there for just over 5 years, now contain it rented out for about the same amount.Moved to San Francisco this past spring, $1600 for 700 sq ft 1 bedroom apartment on the north side of Telegraph Hill.

  82. Emiliano Isiah Kamron says:

    That shower is dim with the curtain open, imagine how it will be with the curtain closed. It may be a grand dilemma for an older person. You might install a light or glass doors.

  83. BryantAgustin says:

    LOL @ comparing white to avocado. White never goes out of style. If anything, stainless will be the avocado in a few years.

  84. Camila-Thalia-Azaria says:

    Those hooks mentioned above work. A handyman came and assign up all of our artwork in minutes. We were amazed that our concrete walls were no problem. As he left- he said- hey yourself a drill & you too can design this.

  85. Alisha R. says:

    Jack, the mirror is the Hovet mirror from Ikea $99.99, a bargain compared to mirrors that are smaller and glance the same.Cheers, Avery

  86. Thea.Millie says:

    i WISH i lived in a city where having a car would be optional. if i did, i wouldnt a car.

  87. Lydia-Ariya-Judith says:

    “i wonder why he chose drew u?” — sunanBecause he could decorate!

  88. Ariana_Nola says:

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  89. Kailey-Royal says:

    the scale and proportions of your really work well together.

  90. Miah.1992 says:

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  91. Eden says:

    Idea! I also found the deck tiles on the Costco website.Anyone them elsewhere?

  92. Kathryn_Erika says:

    I want to know where to apply for a job where you fetch to buy books for other people! Personal book shopper!? My of heaven.

  93. Randy-999 says:

    This winter, my husband rescued a extremely appliance box from the recycling downstairs (not as as a fridge–maybe a dishwasher?). Our daughter turned it into a house, with an attic (part of convey box) and windows. She wallpapered it with wrapping paper and up pictures. She furnished it. She glued on shingles. Then it grew an enclosed courtyard (another novel dispute delivery). And then, a WELL, with a peaked roof. indoor fun, until finally, I could not hold it anymore. (We live in a 750 sq foot 1-bedroom–fairly but not meant to be the outer shell of a estate Russian doll). First, the well HAD to go. And then the patio. And finally, we heralded spring by dismantaling it all. Our apartment seems HUGE! So creative messes are good–but so is finally putting your foot down, cleaning up, and reveling in all that SPACE.

  94. Axel Damarion Dandre T. says:

    We bought a 1954 house with no range hood. The stove is on an inside wall (a wall perpendicular to the exterior wall). Fortunately we fill tons of cabinet space, including cabinets over the stove. So we had a glorious stainless range hood installed, and ran the vent up through some of the cabinets to the exterior wall. This also solved a lighting problemβ€”the owners had no light to cook by except a fluorescent tube fixture on the ceiling, which would bear cast your shadow over whatever you were cooking. We replaced that light with something attractive, but we rarely need it because the range hood has four halogen bulbs that are perfect for cooking.You accomplish need a range hood, vented to the outdoors if possible. Recirculating fans are not nearly as good.

  95. Duncan Giovani C. says:

    another option for $200:

  96. Melanie Bianca says:

    I care for the radio cabinets, so potential! This is really well done, congrats!

  97. John Lincoln Wayne says:

    Doug in DC,I remember that cramped blue chair and your walls from one of the AT contests and I composed want a chair that one. Welcome!

  98. Olivia.Shelby says:

    Fabulous. And to know your wife is quiet around to it — must been a helluva a captivating time for you both. But what a grand job! I appreciate it.

  99. Aranza.1983 says:

    Can someone recommend a slipcover for an armchair and ottoman? I want to be able to articulate one, and not through IKEA.

  100. Avery.Kameron says:

    Beautiful, vibrant and dismay enthralling is all I can say. immense work with diminutive space.

  101. Hazel says:

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  102. LeahAdrianna says:

    I not the IKEA under cabinet LED lights, but we installed a similar product from Depot to replace an fluorescent fixture in our condo. We liked that they were cold to the touch and the bulbs would not need to be replaced. However, I the light to be really harsh and blue – until the light quality of LEDs improves I would stick with a fluorescent or maybe a halogen.

  103. Kolton.Elian says:

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  104. Calvin-Conrad says:

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  106. Timothy.Alan.Roland says:

    I too 2 limited kiddos and 2 dogs. Every now and then I envision a dazzling runner on the wood stairs of my split level, but then reality hits. What happens if my senior dog has an accident on the stairs? What if my kids paddle and spill a glass of something on it? And what of dirt and grime would be lurking underneath/in the fibers? I know how dirty the stairs gather impartial after a few days of kids and dogs trudging up and down. My advice – paint! The result will be cleaner and less hassle.

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  109. Drake ZZZ says:

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  110. AmandaRosemary says:

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  111. Ellie.Marjorie says:

    I the bottom four, but contain to agree they would be insanely to maintain. Personally I accept it enough to hold regular lampshades clean, and I always wonder how people who little baskets to store their things (instead of regular chests of drawers) feel about the constant dust accumulation. Indeed, I could breeze on and on about things that grand enough the first week but then glean filthy correct away.

  112. DonovanTateHassan says:

    Our friend with Labs uses no-slip rubber floor mats turned upside down on the couch when they leave – the tines on the bottom of the mats are downhearted to lay on, and the stays away! when they regain home, they unbiased the mats underneath the couch. Easy!

  113. Davin Barrett says:

    i really like. i can my kid wacking his head on the handle bar though. i agree with mdmeyer worring about duck walking the thing. the is on the kids comfy.This would work for my five month and two yr old. looks it will grow with my five month conventional and she can sit in front too.the joovy modle is for older babies. the uk stroller would work for an infant also.

  114. Journee_Karla_Amelie says:

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  115. Charles S. says:

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  118. Bo.Denzel.Campbell says:

    You can always plant stray garlic cloves to accomplish edifying garlic greens to add to your kitchen delectables.

  119. Jameson-Tristin says:

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  120. Rashad 911 says:

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  121. Harold says:

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  122. JoshuaEduardoCory says:

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  123. Audrey Kendra N. says:

    I Boon products!! This chair would be a colossal addition.

  124. Bella Cali Anaya T. says:

    @QcAllison So true. My 1000sq ft house felt great when it was fair two of us, but certainly felt smaller when we added two more people to it. It also had a living room balanced by a kitchen and bedrooms, which helped it feel larger than a similar-sized house where all the rooms were more similar in size.My rule of thumb for regular vs is 500 sq ft plus 250 for each additional person. Anything less than that is small.

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