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Martinsville of America may get most of the airtime when it comes to Mid-Century dressers, but in-the-know interior buffs know that vintage Bassett dressers are just as prolific. For those not yet clued into the charms of Bassett Mid-Century dressers, throw out everything you think you know about Bassett, the 100-plus-year-old furniture company that’s best known for its suburban retail locations and accessible approach to luxury furnishings. Vintage Bassett Furniture dressers are cool, design-forward, and occasionally off-beat. Ideal for any room where you desire a Mid-Century Modern statement dresser, vintage Bassett dressers offer the playfulness of brands like Broyhill and the variety of brands like Thomasville.

Set a Mood with Mid-Century Bassett Dressers

For a Mid-Century Modern-theme dining room or living room in need of a one-of-a-kind credenza, shop our collection of Bassett Mid-Century credenzas for one with an unusual two-tone finish. The brand constructed a series of gorgeous striped dressers around the 1960s utilizing alternating walnut and oak wood panels. For a child’s room where storage is paramount, try a Mid-Century Bassett highboy dresser. Careful styling on Bassett’s part ensures that these pieces never feel overly bulky. Unexpected, tapering silhouettes and playful drawer pulls make Mid-Century Bassett highboy dressers feel eternally youthful. Shop Chairish for these pieces in their original finishes, or professionally painted new colorways. No matter what your Mid-Century preferences are, you’re likely to find a Bassett dresser to suit your tastes. From Atomic-style to Mayan-inspired, chances are if it was a Mid-Century trend, Bassett has a dresser to match!