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Teak Dressing Table

Available in a variety designs, including both chic contemporary and classic vintage, teak dressing tables are a stylish addition to any bedroom. Dressing tables are designed for bedroom grooming and often feature a large mirror. A typical dressing table will also likely possess a number of drawers. Dressing tables come in a range of sizes, and are often designed so that a small chair or stool may be placed under the dresser.


Teak is a tropical hardwood that is frequently used to make furniture. Teak is a moderately dark wood, which generally has a bright polished finish. The high oil content, strength, and tight grain mean that it is a durable and robust wood with a bright attractive finish. Teak is commonly used to make garden furniture, and so you know that a teak dressing table will last.

Vintage Dressers

The use of teak as a material for furniture boomed in the 1960s and 1970s. Vintage teak dressers feature great retro design with large flat panels, multiple drawers, and minimalist detail. Vintage teak dressers are available in a range of shapes, sizes, and styles. Vintage dressers will frequently feature a back board with a mirror.


Lowboys first became popular in the 18th century. Lowboys dressers tend to feature one or two rows of draws in contrast to the larger tallboy wardrobe. Lowboy dressers tend to be of classical antique design. Elegant variations of the lowboy may feature details such as cabriole legs, carved knees, and slipper or claw ball feet.

Lowboys tend to be smaller than other dressers and as a result they also double as great bedside tables. Lowboys are rarely designed with room for a chair to be stored under the dresser. Lowboys are also available in oak, mahogany, and walnut.

Dressing tables with a mirror attached allow you to do your grooming routine where you have laid out your products. Dressing tables with stools also allow you to have a matching set and not to worry about finding alternative seating.

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