These chic and versatile vanities do more than just look pretty.
Industrial designer Nika Zupanc's dressing table is grand and glamorous, yet utterly simple. The ceramic top can be customized with a range of colored glazes.
With its faux-bamboo metal frame finished in gold leaf, and mirrored drawers and top, this bright, sparkling piece is reminiscent of the designs of Elsie de Wolfe.
A loop-wire design gives this simple vanity a playful personality.
Wrapped in Shagreen or parchment and finished with bone edging and drawer handles, this clean-lined vanity is all about the luxe details.
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Studio Irvine's modern dressing table has a sleek, contemporary silhouette, but polished White Carrara marble makes it totally decadent.
This clean-lined wood piece has a mirror that folds down to hide an interior space. It can be custom finished in any color.
Place ornate decorative items on this glass table to contrast its minimalism. Available in clear and a variety of colors.
The pulls are reminiscent of the Louis XVI period, but a lacquer finish gives it a showy new look.
This groovy piece was designed for the future. A tiny footprint means it can be used in a lot of different spaces.
This walnut dressing table houses a leather lined tray for jewelry, as well as a hidden drawer to store personal treasures.
Featuring an alabaster-color wood top on a geometric metal base, this table has a floating quality. Faux shagreen for the drawer fronts and gold-hued metal for the pulls give a textural appeal.
With a polished mahogany finish and ribbed bronze banding, this table is like a piece of jewelry.
The antiqued beveled glass surfaces reflect light beautifully — ideal for putting on makeup.
An inset leather top, brass mounts and cabriole legs make this desk a gracious art piece.
Glamorous and practical, with a delicate edge thanks to fluted drawers and nickel sabots.