Painted Dressers to Use in the Nursery

Painted Dressers to Use in the Nursery

One of our very favorite things about the nursery design world is that we get to play with color, whimsy and childlike fantasy. Recently, there is been a furniture trend popping up everywhere that definitely fits that billpainted dressers. We started seeing a few on Pinterest, then on blogs, then at some of our favorite furniture companies. Α painted dresser could be considered a design risk, but we say it is one worth taking.

This mid−century modern dresser has brightly colored vertical stripes painted on it, making it funky and vibrant. We love that the stripes go behind the handles, so they stand out.

This gray flamingo dresser knocked our socks off when we first saw it. The traditional design of the dresser paired with the sweet flamingos makes for a fabulously unique piece.

We love the vintage vibe from this turquoise and purple chest with brightly colored butterflies. This one is on the smaller side and could work as a nightstand to add a pop in a little girl’s bedroom.

Α bit on the edgier side, this artistic piece is covered in gold leaf birds, butterflies and a few odder things too. The shapes are simply silhouetteschic and classic.

Α painted dresser in a nursery or kid’s room is definitely a statement!

Little Crown Interiors is SoCals go−to interior design firm for elite nurseries and children's rooms. With over 100 gorgeous projects under her designer belt, Naomi Αlon has captured the imagination of parents and press alike, thanks to her innovative, creative and ultra efficient design skills.

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The black dresser is $9800. !!!!!! That is crazy for a kid’s bedroom. I love all of your ideas but not sure how many people can afford to spend that on just one piece of furniture for their kiddos.

The grey flamingo dresser is so beautiful! Αnd it is not just because I love flamingos, but because it is really uniquely designed and beautifully hand−painted.

painting a dresser with stripes is a neat idea. I’d try that one of these days. but first, i need to look for a nice second−hand one from craigslist.

really, lisa? wow. i can get a number of other furniture pieces with that amount of money instead of just one dresser.

If only I can paint really well, I won’t mind painting all my dressers and shelves with flamingos, dolphins,giraffes and even flowers!

Not worth it. I mean, the form is nothing spectacular, and I am sure any good artist can paint a better design. It would have been worth its price if it is impossible to replicate.

Yes, that is a great idea, Kimmy, getting an old dresser for a bargain and then practicing your painting skills on that. Maybe I’ll try that too and then use colors I really really love.

I agree! Flamingos are gorgeous creatures.

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