Minimalist Victorian Dresser

I toyed with a few ideas for this dresser… but I kept coming back to the thought of a really simple white dresser with contrastingly opulent handles.
I just added a touch of distressing to the edges and corners to keep it from feeling too perfect, but it is barely noticable.

The handles are iron replicas of victorian styles and I think they are perfectly chunky and ornate!

Of course if there was a card-pull version you know I was all over it!

I am REALLY loving this dresser right now and think I may just have a hard time seeing it go. It seems to be the perfect fit for our living room that I have been looking for.

And if you haven’t entered in our Jess LC SOC CHIC giveaway yet, you only have until Friday!
Minimalist Victorian Dresser

25 thoughts on “Minimalist Victorian Dresser

  1. Those handles are amazing – love the detail!!

    It must be SO hard saying good by to these pieces when they've found the perfect spot in your home – you DO keep some for yourself, right?? :)


  2. I absolutely LOVE this piece! I originally wanted a similar dresser for our living room, but ended up going with a mid century-style table with cleaner lines. These photos almost make me regret it :)


  3. That is beautiful Holly! You do such amazing work. I always wonder if you do anything to “update” the inside of the drawers. Do you line them or just leave them as is?


  4. a remarkable job! …I love the big ol'beach branches on the wall …I used to have some in a past life house …maybe I need some in my new house, considering the beachy theme in two rooms …lovely!


  5. I just found your blog and am in love! You have an adorable little girl and a wonderful home to boot. I need to know, how did you hang those branches? I've wanted to do the same in my own home and keep thinking I'll have to use fishing line.


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