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Art Deco Dressers and Chests of Drawers

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"From classic wood waterfall dressers to glamorous ebonized dressers with brass details, nothing exudes glamour quite like Art Deco dressers and Art Deco chest of drawers. Use these classic dressers as part of an authentic Art Deco style room, or work them into more eclectic interiors to make a striking statement. In a child’s room or playroom, try an Art Deco walnut chest of drawers with a classic waterfall top. In addition to not possessing hard edges (always a plus in kids’ rooms), these classic dressers feel both sophisticated and playful, ideal for a kid’s room that you’re aiming to have evolve with your child. As a bonus, these Art Deco chests of drawers often showcase chevron or diamond inlays, too. The basic geometrics feel perfectly suited to youthful kids’ rooms.

Enliven Your Interiors with Art Deco Dressers

Love the idea of an Art Deco dresser, but desire a cleaner, more Mid-Century aesthetic? Try hunting down Heywood-Wakefield dressers here at Chairish. These 1940s and 50s dressers hark to Art Deco style, while showcasing a more modern look, ideal for kids’ rooms where you desire a tone that’s more retro than antiquated. Looking for a more luxurious Art Deco dresser to enrich a bedroom or living room? Look for Art Deco dressers fabricated from exotic woods like rosewood, tiger’s eye maple, or zebra wood. French Art Deco dressers are among the finest examples of high-end Art Deco dressers, often showcasing glamorous details like stone tops or sculpted brass handles. Those looking for an A-list Art Deco dresser may also want to consider Art Deco chest of drawers and dressers originating in the 1980s. 1980s Art Deco revival-style dressers often integrate lacquer as well as exotic finishes like shagreen or lacquered goatskin."