Discover ten beautifully designed rooms where an antique French commode is the centerpiece.
J Randall Powers selects an 18th century polished French commode to contrast a large contemporary artwork.
A sage green and gilded trumeau mirror hangs above this beautifully crafted commode. The carvings on the side panels can also be appreciated from different aspects.
This crisp modern home featured by Planet Deco is a wonderful example of how to showcase antique pieces in a modern setting.
Interior designer Michael Biondo selects a dark timber commode for an entryway, paired with an antique gilded mirror and Kilim rug.
French artist Pierre Le-Tan's Paris home displays his countless collectibles including a large bomb shaped commode.
A spectacular marquetry commode makes a lovely bar in the Duke of Northumberland's study at Alnwick Castle.
Thurston Boyd chooses a simple Provencal buffet for this cozy alpine chalet.
At the Hôtel de Caumont in Aix-en-Provence, a Louis XV marble top commode displays a bust and blue and white china, and contrasts the painted wall paneling.
Explore our collection of antique French commodes and buffets.
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