Friday, September 13, 2013

DC's Nestor Santa-Cruz & Dressing Tables

In this month's Elle Decor, DC's Nestor Santa-Cruz and Charlotte Moss share their picks for the top 10 dressing tables  My favorite happened to be the least expensive - don't you love it when that happens?

It's CB2's Tango Vanity for $399.  Nestor notes that the cerused look of the wood is "a finish that you usually associate with costly furniture. It almost has an Armani feel."   (photography by Francesco Lagnese)

Speaking of cerused wood. Notice the cube in Santa-Cruz's apartment and also the way he styled those books, both vertical and horizontal.  Eight years ago and the space is still current timeless. ( Elle Decor Nov 2005, photography by Rick Lew)


Linda {Calling it Home} said...

Did you ever see the Martha Stewart Mag when they did an entire section on how to do the cerused method? It was ridiculously hard, of course...but wow, what a look. I love it.

therelishedroost said...

That is one classic room!!!
Great post, Karolyn

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

Oh my gosh, I need to congratulate Nestor!! Sooooo excited to see him featured. I love Nestor, and think he is crazy talented!!!!

malik aayan said...

Love it! It's so cute.Oak Bunk Beds

Divena Lachana said...

Beautiful room, i love Beds and Mattresses shop

Sunita Chaudhar said...

I love this!!!! so very simple and so very stylish!!!! The sofa cum bed shown here are very attractive. use to buy online dressing tables i really like to read this blog.


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