When you have an interior design Instagram account documenting your home, it's natural for people to ask questions about where you source your decor. Given my love of antiques and thrift finds, however, there are unfortunately many pieces in my home that are one-of-a-kind or simply not available online.
The two top pieces that people ask me to identify sources for are the dresser in my kitchen and dining room table. Both items were purchased from vintage stores in Brooklyn (that are actually now closed), so it is likely impossible to find the exactly same products online. I would say that I easily get five to ten requests per week about these items and I always feel terrible that I don't have an easy link to provide to people, so that they can recreate the look in their own home.
In an effort to help with this problem, I spent some time looking for comparable shallow distressed wood dressers that incorporate metal accents and dining tables with chrome legs. Please let me know if any of these pieces end up working out for you!
While farmhouse is not my style overall, I love having a rustic dresser in my kitchen. Not only is it perfect for extra counter space and storage, but it adds an unexpected design element in my modern home. The wood and distressed metal add character to the kitchen that it would not have otherwise. I first bought this dresser as a media console for my TV, but ultimately it became clear that the best place for it is in the kitchen. After searching high and low online, these are the best alternatives to my dresser available right now.
When I bought my apartment, I decided that I wanted a dining table with chrome legs. Originally, I thought that I wanted the top to be glass, but ended up finding this one at a local store (via 1stdibs) and fell in love with the beautiful wood top and the fact that it expands. This table was a unique find, but I have linked to several comparable tables with chrome legs below. I hope that this helps!
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