Help determining the name/brand/style of previously owned (likely) Golden Era bedroom furniture?

Discussion in 'Your Vintage Home' started by FedoraFan112390, Jun 29, 2019.

  1. FedoraFan112390

    FedoraFan112390 Practically Family

    Brooklyn, NY

    Back in the 90s my parents had a bedroom set that to me looks like it could've been from The Golden Era. The pieces were bought sometime before my birth in 1990, because they were already part of our household before I was alive. Over the years they were either thrown out or given away. I always liked the set, personally, for a variety of reasons including both the nostalgic and plainly aesthetic, and with your help, I would like to determine the brand/model/style, so I can perhaps in time - even if it means piece by piece over years - have the entire exact set again.

    Here it is.

    Male Dresser (for height and width reference, the man standing next to it, my father, is a 5'9" male, likely between 170-180 pounds with between a 34" to 36" waist at this time, and I, the boy in the center, was a four and a half year old child perhaps 40 inches tall)

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    Female dresser:

    Night table (there were two matching ones):


    TV stand/other dresser:

    It also came with a matching headboard for the bed, partially pictured here, which you can also see part of in the 5th photo (in the reflection of myself in the mirror).

    The headboard design matched exactly the styling of the top of the mirror on my mother's dresser.

    Any help?
    Last edited: Jun 29, 2019
  2. Radiospector

    Radiospector New in Town

    That furniture would be considered federal style

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