I posted a boomerang of my mid-century modern dresser on stories and had so many DM's asking about details. So I thought I would answer them all here and share all the details. If you are in the market for a new dresser, I highly recommend this mid-century dresser. While it's tempting to go super cheap, I will say this: I’ve bought cheap dressers before, and generally they aren’t likely to last, especially if you are the kind of person who might slam the drawers or stuff WAY too maybe clothes in them. I’d say a typical range of a new good quality dresser is between $800 – $1500, which is a lot of money, but you get what you pay for. This dresser comes fully assembled which is bonus. I love that it has three small top drawers and four large bottom drawers for my accessories and clothing. I also love this 6-drawer mid-century modern dresser by West Elm.
A: I love mixing real & faux friends! You can find my post for the Best Faux Plants. This faux fiddle leaf fig tree is the exact one I have to the right of my dresser.
A: The faux fiddle has a small base so it fits in most baskets. I recommend these here and here.
There are a lot of different frames and sizes for round mirrors. This round mirror above my dresser in particular is 24" and has a brass frame.
A: This goodnight sign is so cute. It is very dainty and hard to hang. The plan was to hang it but I just have it sitting on top of my round mirror which actually worked out.
A: My favorite white color is Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore! It is super crisp and clean.