A makeup vanity, sometimes referred to as a dressing table, is a piece of furniture that has a feminine and delicate allure and is usually found in bedrooms. It sits quietly in a corner or by the bed and it’s always accompanied by a mirror. It usually has drawers and a surface on which to store and display things. It’s basically a sort of desk with mirrors and its design as much practical as it is beautiful.
You can get the Opalina makeup table in three different version: with an extra clear, azure opaline or frosted glass structure. It’s slender and simple and it comes with a storage drawer and a circular mirror. It can hold a load of up to 40 kg and you can pair it with a matching stool or a chic accent chair.
The Maskara dressing table from Porada is small and that allows it to fit even in a tiny bedroom. You can place it in a corner or by the bed where it can double as a nightstand. It has a marble top and a mirror and a small storage box. There are two color options for the top and four for the frame.
Designs such as this one show just how similar a makeup table is to a desk. This is the Afrodite table. Its frame is made of solid canaletta walnut and includes a side unit with three drawers. The top is available in wood, cuoietto, marble or glass and the mirror is optional which allows this piece to serve a double purpose.
Toner Architects created an elegant dressing table called Kara. It has a sinuous form and it gently wraps around the user, featuring storage compartments on either side. An array of mirrors of different shapes and sizes is displayed on the marble top. The design is inspired by traditional dressing tables.
In 2016 the Ren dressing table made its debut. It has a design that’s slender and elegant, with a structure made of canaletto walnut accompanied by a series of accessories which include a circular mirror and a set of storage compartments attached to the frame. The brass details add a sophisticated touch to the design without overwhelming it.
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