Dixie Furniture Co. Dressers and Chests of Drawers

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Dixie Furniture Co. Dressers and Chests of Drawers

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Possessing a strong underlying Hollywood Regency aesthetic, vintage Dixie dressers are the epitome of charm. The design world seems to agree—Dixie Mid-Century dressers are often drafted for colorful painted makeovers. From campaign chests to French Provincial dressers, Dixie dressers feel both classic and youthful, making them ideal for everything from nurseries to kids’ rooms and beyond. Worth noting is that Dixie isn’t the same as the Dixie Furniture Company. Dixie Furniture Company is a still-operating furniture store chain based out of the southern United States, while Dixie was a furniture manufacturer in the mid 20th century that was eventually absorbed by the furniture brand Lexington. Today, Dixie’s legacy endures, enticing both those who remember the brand in its heyday and those hunting for quality Mid-Century styles like French provincial and campaign.

Strike a Hollywood Regency-Inspired Note with Vintage Dixie Dressers

For those looking to add style to a Hollywood Regency interior, try a Dixie bedroom from the brand’s Shangri La collection. Showcasing subtle Asian-inspired details paired with a sleek, campaign-like silhouette, this classic Dixie collection remains one of the brands most sought after. Decorative drawer moldings, statement drawer pulls, and fretwork at the legs makes dressers from this collection exceptional candidates for paint as well. Looking for classic bamboo details? Dixie has you covered there, too. Dixie Aloha dressers showcase sleek silhouettes with molded bamboo details at the sides, legs, and drawer pulls. Dixie also produced dressers covered entirely in woven faux bamboo in the mid 20th century. Delightfully textural these pieces are perfect for bringing texture to more staid Mid-Century rooms.