14,170 Dressers, Chests and Bedroom Armoires

For many of us, our dressers, armoires and chests are key pieces of bedroom furniture — without them, we would be unable to store our never ending clothes collection. If your storage needs are minimal, one dresser might be enough, while other people might require two or three. Although your bedroom furniture is need based, it's also determined by the space in your room. Before you go on a shopping spree and buy an entire five-piece set, take the time to review these tips. More 
Hooker Furniture Melange Black and White Accent Chest
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Hooker Furniture - Accent Chests - 63850093 - Come closer to Melange and you will discover something unexpected an eclectic blending of colors textures and materials in a vibrant collection of one-of-a-kind artistic pieces. The Black and White Accent Chest will become as indispensable to you as that tailored black dress and those classic black heels. Features: Materials: Po...More
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South Shore Maddox Dresser in Gray Oak
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South Shore - Dressers - 3137010 - This Step One double dresser in Gray Oak finish combines a rich finish and a timeless look. With its sleek lines, Brushed Nickel metal handles and simple kickplate, it will blend easily in today's trends. Your storage needs will be fulfilled by its 6 drawers equipped with plastic slides. Their interior dimensions are 23-1/2-inch wide by 14-1/4...More
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Argyle Iron/Wicker Five-Drawer Unit
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A perfect balance between function and design, this beautiful 5-drawer wicker storage unit accents any traditional decor. The black frame and cherry top are enhanced by the abundant wicker baskets. On the bottom, two larger baskets provide storage for larger items like bed sheets, toilet paper or dishes while the three smaller drawers above are perfect for magazines, silverware...More
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This chest is stately and proud, with fluted columns, egg and dart molding and silvery drawer fronts and knobs. Awash in a beachy oyster finish, it's layered and distressed in tans, creams and grays — and strikes the right balance between masculine and feminine, modern and traditional.
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Rolwing Dresser in Reddish Oak/Espresso Finish
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The Rolwing bedroom collection features exquisite casual design features. Romantic ambient lighting creates a stunning display, creating a relaxing mood that you are sure to love. Matching case pieces feature knob-free front drawers and full extension glides. Features: *Casual Style *Two-Tone Reddish Oak/Espresso Finish Dimensions: 61L x 15.50W x 38.50H
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Sauder Shoal Creek Dresser in Soft White Finish
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Sauder - Dressers - 411201 About The Shoal Creek Collection: With country roots and contemporary soul, Shoal Creek's inviting, casual appearance offers a stylish alternative to the traditional home office. The warm espresso finish is accented with soft nickel-finish bin-style drawer pulls in a distinctive updated shape. Tapered legs and sculpted drawer and door edges confirm ...More
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Modus Brighton 6-Drawer Chest in Cinnamon
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The Brighton collection's case goods are crafted from Tropical Mahogany solids and Cherry Veneers and feature a refined American finish in a deep, vibrant Cinnamon. They boast felt-lined top drawers on select pieces, English dovetail joints both front and back, corner blocking for rigidity and durability, full extension ball bearing glides for ease of opening, and satin nickel ...More
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How many dressers should I buy?


Even though you want to have plenty of space for clothing and accessories, you also want to be able to move around your bedroom. If you have a furniture set in mind, take measurements and map out where each piece will go; you should consider the opening and closing of cabinets and drawers as well. Typically, most bedrooms include a three-drawer dresser and a six- to eight-drawer chest or large armoire, as well as two nightstands with minimal storage.

What style dresser should I buy?


At many furniture stores, bedroom furniture comes in sets, which is a less expensive option that ensures a consistent style. If you dislike the matchy-matchy look, you can always buy individual pieces, but try to avoid clashing wood stains or colors. For a contemporary look, try industrial pieces, which mix both metal and wood materials, or go all metal or mirrored. If you like traditional, try an ornate wood dresser or armoire in darker wood stains, or find some unique antique or vintage pieces.

What’s the difference between a chest and an armoire?


In general, a chest is made up only of drawers and can run both horizontal or vertical. An armoire is a tall furniture piece that includes drawers and a cupboard-like space or cabinet for hanging clothing. One might be better than another, depending on your needs. Is your closet too small to hang all your clothes? If so, then you probably need an armoire for the extra clothing rod it provides. Do you fold most of your clothes? Then the ample drawer space a dresser or chest provides is a better option. Your room size might dictate your preferences too. If you lack floor space, a vertical armoire will take advantage of height.
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