The perfect spot for prepping and primping for your day - be it in front of cameras, behind a desk, or wrangling children. The dressing or vanity table - also known as a poudreuse, from the French word for powder - became popular in the late 1600's during the reign of Louis XIV, the Sun King. And with style choices ranging from traditional curves and cabrioles to clean-lined contemporary, your close-up is at hand.
Christopher Guy's stunning vanity table with gilded decorative screen and pull-out fabric lined drawer.
The Vinstra by IKEA - small scale, small price tag!
In a rainbow of colors or wood stains, Grange's Louis-Philipe Dressing Table with Swivel Mirror.
1930's French Art Deco walnut and black lacquer dressing table with original nickel plated hardware from Antiquities through 1st dibs.
Southwood Furniture offers a dressing table with hand-painting on maple for all of your lotions and potions.
Smooth styling from West Elm in a choice of 3 finishes.
The Directoire Mirrored Vanity from Julia Gray with antiqued mirror and gold leaf detail.