This genuine original Rose Tarlow dutch commode nine drawer dresser is a thing of beauty. The crafted walnut wood dresser is scalloped along the front with precision to the lines that allow for the nine spacious drawers to open seamlessly. The sides of the commode are bent inwards adding curves that give the piece style and grace. Two matching end tables are available, sold separately.
About the Designer:
R. Tarlow Antiques opened on the secluded and sun-dappled Melrose Place in Los Angeles in 1976. For those lucky enough to find it, the shop was a sanctuary of impeccable antiques and eclectic pieces chosen from the most exclusive sources. Each item has a charm and textured story that seemed to flow from the proprietor herself.
Rose Tarlow traveled the world to find the most exquisite antiques for her shop and her private clients, striving to find one piece in each shipment that would give character to the whole collection – one piece with such singular style that it could inspire a room. When she began designing her own furniture a few years later, she sought to create a collection where every piece was that special piece.
For over thirty years, Rose Tarlow Melrose House has stayed true to this vision to create timeless designs that possess a twist and character to make each chair, table, textile, and accessory extraordinary. Tarlow embraces the integrity of generations of craftspeople and artisans, and recognizes the character that age and natural imperfections can bring. She takes an idea and plays with it, changing the proportion, making it comfortable, and adding a feature that only those who truly know can see.
Today, Rose Tarlow Melrose House products, including lighting and accessories are only sold on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles and represented by the finest multi-line showrooms across the country. The philosophy – of original design, charming eccentricity, and uncompromising quality – remains true to the secluded antique shop where Tarlow began her design career.