A lot of the time, his and hers vanity designs are identical and although this symmetry is aesthetically pleasing, it fails to take into account the different needs of each individual. This is not the case in the design of 'Him&Her,' a dressing table by STUDIO248.
The vanity design is split into two parts and embraces asymmetry with its dual mirrors, one rounded to denote the side for women and a rectangular one for men. There's plenty of workspace and each side also has a ton of storage containers for grooming and beauty products. The women's side also has a hanging strap where a purse can be neatly tucked away when not in use. With its assembly line-like horizontal layout, there's no need for a chair and it becomes easier and faster to get ready.
Couples Dressing Tables
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Household Mobile Carts
Modern Victorian Vanities
Manual-Less Self-Assembly Furniture