You don’t need to be a Hollywood starlet to appreciate the function and glamour that a vintage vanity can add to a room. If you’re on the hunt for an antique vanity, you’ve come to the right place! Here at Chairish, we make it our mission to curate one of the world’s most exceptional collections of vintage vanities. From Victorian vanities to Postmodern vanities, our collection spans the spectrum, making it easy for you to find the perfect antique makeup vanity. Unlike other online purveyors, our collection of vanities is one-hundred-percent curated. This means that when you shop for old vanity designs with Chairish, you don’t have to waste precious time sorting through less-than-investment-worthy pieces. At Chairish, you can shop vintage vanity designs from beloved American makers like Gilbert Rohde, Heywood-Wakefield, and John Stuart, as well as affordable and gently-loved old vanities that can be scored for a bargain.
Shop a Ready-to-Ship Assortment of Vintage Vanity Designs
Need a vintage vanity set? In addition to vanities, you can also discover vintage vanities that include matching vanity stools or benches. Explore Victorian vanities and Art Nouveau vanities, as well as stunning Art Deco vanities, many of which feature the era’s signature waterfall corners and oversized round frameless vanity mirrors. Browse vanities with unique details like burlwood construction, ornate ormolu, or marquetry. When you finally do find the perfect old vanity to call your own, add it to your cart to bring it home today, or make an offer (use our handyPink Book Pricing Guide as a pricing reference, if you feel so inclined) to see if you can strike a deal with the seller and score it for less than list!
What are Vanity Dressers?
Plug in the words “vanities for sale” and you’ll be flooded with options that look nothing like the typical desk-style vanity, but instead look more like a dresser with a mirror placed overtop. Which begs the question: in a world of stand-up desks, why not a stand-up vanity? Vanity dressers may not have the sit-down-and-stay awhile appeal that run-of-the-mill vanities do, but they are a saving grace in secondary bedrooms that don’t have an en suite bath and don’t have the space for both a dresser and a vanity. Consider deploying one in a guest room so that overnighters can get a head start on their morning routine before having to march down the hall to the communal bath.