Riley Uggla's Dressing Room
Curated by the Condo

The
Dressing
Room

Words by Toni Din. Photography by Trisha Ward.

Be it a quiet corner of your master bedroom, the biggest room in your house
or the spare room — a dressing room adds that certain je ne sais
quoi to any home and can form a true space for self-care and comfort.

Dressing rooms are often associated with luxury. It means having enough precious space in your home to dedicate to your collection of clothing. But a dressing room can be as simple as a quiet nook in your master bedroom, a well-curated dressing table, or that tiny box room you’ve only been using as a storage space.

The team at the Condo have put together a selection of must-haves to make your dressing room that quiet retreat, an area for moments of calm and self-care.

Riley Uggla's Dressing Room, window detail

A cosy corner in Riley Uggla's dressing room. Featuring: Rust Bouclé Armchair by Abigail Ahern, Rotben Sculptural Side Table by Ferm Living, Square Scallop Tray by Aesthete the Label and 34 Boulevard Saint-Germain Candle by Diptique.

Riley Uggla's Dressing Room, mirror detail

The dressing table, featuring: Plaster Cone Wall Lights by Rose Uniacke, Large Mirror by Cox & Cox and Pond Tray by Aesthete the Label.

Riley Uggla's Dressing Room

Dressing Room and Retreat. Rust Bouclé Armchair by Abigail Ahern, Plaster Cone Wall Lights by Rose Uniacke, Large Mirror by Cox & Cox and Terracotta Verso Table Vase by Ferm Living.

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