Not just a handy storage area for endless make-up supplies, perfumes and other toiletries, dressing tables add a touch of glamour to any bedroom, providing you with an organised, comfortable space to prime yourself to perfection.
Glitz & glamour
This luxurious dressing table is the perfect thing to get you in the party mood. From the marble topped table to the dreamy turquoise backdrop, a little extravagance goes a long way! This is just the place to experiment with a little make-up masquerade; the only thing missing is a glass of bubbly!
Sometimes getting ready for work can be work itself, so it’s vital to find the perfect dressing table to start your morning right. This sharp-edged, dark wooden dresser means business, while the silk rug and pink velvet stool add softness to this practical space.
Clashing patterns are hot, especially when they’re tropical.
This Rio-influenced dressing table will whisk you away in a sun-soaked daydream each morning, making that work prep much less stressful. Combine bright patterns with multiple shades of wood and monochrome touches for an exciting summer scene that won’t hurt your eyes.
This Victorian-inspired dressing area is oozing all sorts of delicious drama. The rose pink backdrop and dark black dressing table have a show-stopping Hollywood quality (dolls heads optional), while the round mirror centres the display, for a dressing table almost too good to use.
Pale wood and pastel shades compliment each other perfectly in this summer-style dressing area, with baby blues and pinks adding a playful touch to a neutral space. Sheltered by a screen, and lapping up natural light, this is the perfect spot for a little early morning pampering.
This traditional dressing table is matched with modern geometrics and playful colours to give you an artistic wake up call. By merging the mirror’s soft lines with bright white furniture and angular wallpaper, this dressing area is sure to get you up in the morning, providing a relaxing space to ease the transition between sleep and work.
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Night-time shades, modular furniture and soft florals are brought together in this eye-catching dressing area, juxtaposing traditional décor with contemporary furniture. By keeping cream as the primary base shade, the hints of dark blue and purple become soft as oppose to shrouding the room in darkness. For those who like florals but love a little edginess, this is a wonderfully unusual take on a conventional spring look.