Every vanity table needs a comfy chair or a stool. Depending on the size of the room and the table itself you can choose between one or the other. The advantage of the stool is that it can be easily hidden under the table and will take less floor space. Check the collection below.
Zita Vanity Stool
With this Vanity Stool your cozy bedroom is going to look like never before. The stool features a Birch wood frame, beige viscose/linen blend fabric upholstery, foam padding, brass nailhead trim, and button-tufted back, also providing 250 lbs of weight capacity.
Dillon Vanity Stool
Very interesting and highly original stool to the living room, which is decorated in a vintage style or French style. The stool has a not only practical function, but also it is largely decorative. It is perfect and beautiful.
DIY Ottoman. Not really repurposed, but I don't have a separate board for furniture.
Love this makeup vanity for the bedroom - simple and small and doesn't take room in our small bathroom
I found this in a bathroom look but I can see this in my bedroom too! Sooo cute!
Beautiful bathroom with white mirrored floating vanity accented with white sheepskin vanity stool with lucite base paired with polished nickel sconces on white lacquered mirror.
Save space with a double-duty seat! More DIY ideas:
pottery barn kids- dreamed for this kind of vanity set! adorable for a girls room
Safavieh Georgia Vanity Stool - BedBathandBeyond.com. What I want for my birthday!!!!
This is such a cool site for getting furniture making plans for free! I just got a vintage vainty but it didn't come with a stool. This would be PERFECT!! : )
Just love the whimsy of these playful stools.....great at the end of a bed, in the bathroom to perch on or in a dressing room. Fabulous!
White and aqua bathroom with marble vanity top and shower by Barclay Butera Interiors
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I want to reupholster one of these with rabbit fur and add it to a waterfall bedroom set at the vanity.
Toronto-based interior designer, Laura Stein's work -- I think it'd be cool to have a special nook like this to apply my makeup in every day.
This piece of furniture is good for feminine-styled bathrooms or bedrooms. Solid wooden legs, deep seat and a small backrest are the most important elements of this chair that provides high level of comfort and brings the classic style to the indoors.
Dressing Table A mirrored dressing table offers another place to put on makeup. 1930s table lamps from Chameleon Fine Lighting. Read more: Mosaic Bathroom Design - His and Hers Bathroom Decor - House Beautiful
I am so doing this with my bathroom vanity seat-next project!
Love this for a vanity chair or in tight spaces where tucking it under another table would be handy.
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love the detail in the mirrors. We could easily do this ourselves with molding.
Bathroom Vanity. Bathroom Vanity Design
So feminine with the two different rose fabric designs
A quatrefoil-back chair by Suzanne Kasler for Hickory Chair cozies up to the bathroom's built-in vanity. - Traditional Home ® / Photo: Emily Jenkins Followill / Design: Lauren DeLoach
<3<3 ~ I need to find something similar to this!!!! Oh so wonderful for my bathroom!!!
white on white on white! we might be going with this in the master and guest bath sooo... good to know it works? haha! wall color mandatory!
Using a 5 gallon bucket, hot glue tulle to the lid, then Velcro a round pillow on top of the lid. Decorate with ribbon and flowers. Simply stunning.
A pink vanity stool in a powder room.
A Chair in There. Growing up, my grandma had a vanity with a chair in her bathroom (she also had one of the salon hair dryers that pull down over your head) and I think its a great idea so one can sit while "putting on one's face."
I like the shape of this vanity... plenty of storage and I like the roundedness. Would need another color though.
love this vanity idea! so much storage, and the white is so chic! adding a stool with a cute printed fabric could really tie it together in the bathroom.
I need that mirror also like the stripes on the foot stool, though I will look for blue stripe for the bathroom chair
"Taryn" Vanity Seat at Horchow. Even though it's a vanity seat, could be fun as a bench/backless chair in living room to give extra seating but not visually divide.
Built-in Dressing Table When space allows, a dressing table area is a desirable feature in a traditional bathroom. Cabinetry, trimmed to match the rest of the bathroom, is used to create the private grooming space in this bath. Upper cabinets feature ang
Soft Fabric Touches Soft and pretty fabric treatments romance the cottage influence of this bathroom. Sweet florals boast an especially cottage feel, particularly in muted colors. Look for ways to bring fabrics into the bathroom by dressing windows and
Nothing feels more luxe than having a beauty vanity. Rather than costly construction, simply bring in this chic white desk and ottoman. Accessorize appropriately.
a touch of green vanity | green and white vanity | green chair | small chandelier | interior design
Annie Vincent Interiors - bathrooms - bathroom dressing table, make up vanity, built in dressing table, built in make up vanity, marble tile...
This element is a high quality, solid and comfortable stool that has got a soft round seat supported by a small and comfortable backrest with button tufting. Its grey color matches any decor and its durable legs assure stability.
Hope Valley residence, NC. Heather Garrett Design.
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Glamorous dressing table I created for myself in my master bedroom.
Vintage Refurbished White Vanity Stool with Embroidered Floral Linen Seat
Old industrial stool becomes colorful extra seating
Designer T. Keller Donovan via HB
My ideal vanity chair!
cute 1/2 bath ideas. Like the peach. Perhaps I should go for a lighter color in the downstairs 1/2 bath.
Vanity with lovely green velvet chair, as shown in Trad Home Magazine #dressing_table
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