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Client Spotlight: Creative New Use for Antique Nightstand

Client Spotlight: Creative New Use for Antique Nightstand

Posted by Aimee Talbot on 21st May 2014

Antique French NightstandI love it when I see how creatively some of our customers use and display the antique furniture they buy from us. Our client Kathleen G.  in in Arcadia, OK, is a great example!

Kathleen purchased this French antique nightstand in the Henry II style and dating to 1900. The geometric walnut marquetry and lovely turned legs are nicely set off by the gray marble top. We suggested that the antique nightstand could be used not just as a bedside table, but also as an accent table in the living room or hallway. It would even look pretty in a powder room.

Kathleen went one better, and used the antique nightstand in an even more interesting way!

Antique nightstandKathleen is using the antique nightstand in her kitchen as a table with additional storage. It looks terrific against the wood floor and blends beautifully with Kathleen’s French Country style paneled cabinets.

French antique nightstandThis close-up gives you another view of how the antique nightstand looks in its new role as a kitchen cabinet. It’s such an interesting conversation piece. Inspired by Kathleen’s creative decor, I found a couple more examples of how people use antique furniture in unusual ways.

Creative placement of antique secretaireA House Beautiful magazine article showed this master bathroom designed by Paolo Moschino with a 19th-century antique English secretary. The secretary provides a lot of storage for towels and grooming products. It also looks gorgeous beside the old-fashioned tub, although I’d want good ventilation in the room in case it got too steamy and wet!

An antique Tibetan altar serves as a kitchen island in this Vermont barn house kitchen. The worn finish of the altar looks beautiful against the rustic wood floor and walls. I am sure that if they use the island to chop food they have a good chopping board on top. The altar is a unique and decorative storage space and room divider, and a nice island to gather around for coffee!
We’d love to hear from you if you’ve found a creative new use for antique or vintage furniture. Tell us in the comments box below.

Aimee owns with her best friend, Greg.  Aimee sources amazing antique furniture, vintage lighting, & high-quality reproduction furniture to help her customers decorate their homes in a unique way.  She loves her 8 (you read that right) fuzzy children and is renovating a 1920s bungalow in South Carolina. Connect with or you can sign up here to receive this blog in your inbox.