Capture the unabashed glamour of Old Hollywood when adding a chic vanity to your boudoir. These newly interpreted styles make everyone feel like a star as they get ready for their close-up. The hardest part? Deciding which is the fairest of them all.
“Nowadays, including a vanity in an interior design project reflects attention to detail,” says Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz, principal at BNO Design. “It provides the client with a moment of tranquility where he or she can do their make-up comfortably without having to be on the run. It really is a little moment of Zen.”
ZELDA Vanity Table by Devon&Devon.
For the ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME spring 2020 issue, Noriega-Ortiz shared his current favorite vanities:
Blythe White Vanity Console | Jamesdar
“For the midcentury modern feel but with a slightly more feminine side, this piece is affordable and beautiful in its simplicity.”
Makeup Vanity with Mirror & Leather Stool | Homary
“With the elegance that upholstery can bring, this piece looks just as elegant in a master bedroom, walk-in closet or bathroom. I love the color and material combo which provides a lot of soft visuals.”
Monocles Dressing Table | Essential Home
“This is a production piece that has the industrial chic of handmade, but with airs of machinery. It has three mirrors so you can see yourself on all sides, and that’s handy!”
Morning Dew Dressing Table | van Studio WM
“This piece reinvents the idea of storage within the vanity cabinet by using the idea from hospitality/restaurant business. All the “tools” are hidden with “domes” over them, therefore getting away without drawers. Plus, it has an integrated mirror that seems to float.”
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