Rustic enough for a loft or retreat, yet sophisticated enough for the uptown industrialist, this collection is an ideal choice. Rustic charm with contemporary, peaceful curves adds to the transitional appeal of this relaxed bedroom collection. Even though you want to have plenty of space for clothing and accessories, you also want to be able to move around your bedroom. Whatever you do, don’t try to cram oversized bedroom dressers into tiny spaces — it’s not worth the hassle of constantly maneuvering around them.
Beds are available as headboards only, twin panel beds, twin panel beds with trundle and twin/full/queen storage beds. The large beveled mirror adds a lot of light reflection to any room and the frame has mitred corners.
Twin panel beds
Top, front and sides are hand assembled and distressed to create its reclaimed appearance.
Because the room does not have an exterior window, they replaced the top panel of the door with opaque glass and added a transom to let in more light. Consider not only the footprint the dresser will take up, but the space surrounding it that you’ll need to open cabinets and drawers.
For many, rustic dressers and chests are key pieces of bedroom furniture, providing much needed storage space for a never ending clothing collection.