197 Antique oak dresser Home Office Design Photos

Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Midcentury Heirlooms and Artwork Charm a 1908 Mississippi Home
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Repurposed 1960's table and upcycled, freshly painted shelf unit. Antique Quilts are also fabulous for decorating and giving a space a cosy and 'old' feel.
sewing room dresser for material storage
vintage dresser with no drawers for storing fabric
beautiful peachy pink walls w green dresser
the dresser as a shelf! CLEVER!
like the dresser as a shelf
Great idea for a broken dresser!
An extra bedroom serves as Megan’s sewing room. A vintage table provides a flat surface for her work, while a secondhand dresser keeps fabric organized. Megan’s favorite colors are pink and blue, and she used variations of both hues throughout the home.Wall paint: Pale Shrimp, Behr
“behr pale shrimp” — sbmillie
Best & Company
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Home Office
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In a modern interpretation of the traditional gentleman’s library, cerused-oak paneling, fabricated in our New York City shops, transforms a white-walled bedroom from characterless box to peaceful sanctuary. The oversized-block pattern shows off the wood’s handsome grain and gives order to a display
dresser contrast with painting pop of colors
cerused oak walls, red laquer dresser
cerused-oak paneling, fabricated in our New York City shops, transforms a white-walled bedroom from characterless box to peaceful sanctuary.
“Color” — brittgrose
Gepetto
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Hi Snyders, Sorry for the late reply ! The dresser and the rest was custom built by us (Gepetto). Thanks Hubert
Hi Tozmac, it is red oak with an oil finish! Thanks Hubert
locally for now. It would be possible to ship to Texas but I think it would be expensive. Also, for this poject, the wood came from ikea. They sell it as Oak countertop. I'm not sure if they still have it but I think your best bet would be to find a local woodworking company that will be able to physically
“File cabinet” — macpowers
Best & Company
2 Reviews
Home Office
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I love the dresser. what is the paint color?
cerused-oak paneling wall
wall paneling, dresser, chair
Love the red dresser
red dresser
“Red chest makes the room pop!” — dmayourbanstyle
Tal Goldstein
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Tal Goldstein
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For the dresser in my room!!
Have an antique piece sitting around that could use some help? Update the pulls! I love this vintage glass hardware with a hint of pink; the color and style against the green exudes a fun, eclectic feel that brings this piece to life.
An antique hutch adds so much charm to a kitchen or breakfast room. A cozy cottage color contributes a dash of interest, and contrasting knobs seal the deal —
“color” — summerpyle
Amanda Carol Interiors
7 Reviews
Chic Home Office
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shiny dark flooring alongside white painted antique furniture
Love the mirror over the dresser.
tables, and dresser with mirror
dresser not in bedroom!
“utilitarian dining table style” — Uzer Khan
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Great use for the upper floor of a garage
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Shelf in front of old dresser
Love the ribbon rolls in the upper dresser
I think I might like to incorporate the oak ice box in my scrap room.
vintage plumbing fixtures were used here; the shallow sink on the right is made of soapstone and Smith designed a custom base for it. In addition, an antique ribbon rack holds the client's ribbon collection. In contrast to that, George Nelson's midcentury modern pendant lights and a modern fan hang overhead
Vintage. Embrace the vintage patina of a salvaged sink in your home — this antique soapstone sink is perfect for cleaning up a messy craft room. Tip: Depending on how old they are and what they were used for, some vintage sinks don't
“LITTLE DOOR” — southbaypools2
Jill Sorensen
Jill Sorensen
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mean sacrificing quality, either. Instead of settling for a particleboard desk or cabinet, consider looking for a used wood one at a thrift store, antiques shop or flea market. “You can always get more in vintage,” Juestal says. The quality will be better, and you can paint it or refinish it, or send
mean sacrificing quality, either. Instead of settling for a particleboard desk or cabinet, consider looking for a used wood one at a thrift store, antiques shop or flea market. “You can always get more in vintage,” Juestal says. The quality will be better, and you can paint it or refinish it, or send
“orange desk” — jenniepenny
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