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Long, Low, & Handsome: 7 Swoon-worthy MCM Dressers


I'm on the hunt for a long, low mid-century modern dresser with handsome wood tones, clean lines, and a sleek silhouette. I believe it would work in lovely contrast with my spray-painted red, wrought iron headboard, antique chairs, and eclectic mix of decor. I believe that so much that I'm actually parting ways with my vintage French provincial dressers. (via: Emily Henderson)


I have my eye on a beauty from a local shop here in town, but I'm waiting (with bated breath) to find out if it's still available – and if it is, could I pay for it and then have it held until I can get help moving it to my apartment. Cross your fingers for me. ;)

Until then, enjoy these seven dressers that have the MCM lines that I'm so smitten with right now.

Apartment Therapy

Welke 

Blue Bird Kisses

Chairish

Sweet Home Style

Redcoulter

Are you as head-over-heels as I am?


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