Pretty Practical: 8 Vanity Dressers For Small Spaces
Tiny home? No worries – these examples will show you that vanities are still within reach.
(This article was updated on 19 October 2021)
If you thought that a vanity dresser takes up too much space, you will be surprised when you take a look at these beautifully designed vanity dressers. With minimal space, all you need is a little creativity to cook up a vanity dresser that best suits your needs and at the same time, mesmerises all who enter your home.
1. A vanity hidden within a wardrobe
Interior Firm: HOFT
Killing two birds with one stone will be this woody and elegant vanity dresser infused into your wardrobe. With clothes within reach of your beauty kit, you can now match your outfit and make-up in the comfort of your bedroom!
2. A cosy vanity nook
Interior Firm: Dyel Design
This vanity dresser is proof that you can make use of just about any space. All you really need is a mirror and a table, and voila – you’ve got a cosy little alcove that makes full use of even the most awkward corners in your bedroom.
3. A vanity built into a partition wall
Interior Firm: Mr Shopper Studio
This striking black beauty fuses glamour and minimalism, making it the epitome of class. Fitted with golden lights and an easy-to-use drawer, this dresser would make you feel like royalty. Perfect for those who dress to impress.
4. A wall-mounted vanity by the window
Interior Firm: Prozfile Design
Nothing beats having a good light source while dolling up. A slim mirror and drawer gives this vanity dresser a sleek yet simple look. Plus, with the amount of natural light streaming in, you'll no doubt get a flawless makeup look every time.
5. A vanity that doubles up as a bedside table
Interior Firm: Anhans Interior Design
Why buy a bedside table and a vanity table when you can just get one of them? Doing so allowed homeowners of this Jurong East point block HDB flat to fit in a king-sized bed into the room. Plus, the recessed light on its side serves as a reading lamp for nighttime reading.
6. A vanity with hidden storage
Interior Firm: Lemonfridge Studio
You can never have too much storage when it comes to makeup and skincare. Vanities like this one are a perfect blend of form and function, with an elegant build and ample storage behind the backlit mirror.
7. A vanity-cum-study-table
Interior Firm: Inizio Atelier
To minimise clutter, consider shifting your vanity to the study instead. Better yet, get a desk that can open up to form a vanity when needed. In addition to saving space, you won’t have the problem of dust collecting on your makeup and skincare products.
8. A bathroom-vanity-cum-dresser
Interior Firm: KDOT
Here’s a novel idea for you: shift your bathroom vanity into the master bedroom. That way, you can use it as both a bathroom vanity and dresser, and free up space in the bathroom!
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