Published at Wednesday, January 31st 2018. by Charmine Boivin in Dressers.
When compared to pine furniture unfinished oak furniture is second to it in terms of popularity amongst furniture buyers. This is because this unfinished oak dresser can easily be stained and coated in a layer of clear urethane.
Tall Dresser. As indicated by the name tall dressers are taller and more narrow. They provide a considerable amount of storage capacity without taking up too much bedroom space themselves. These too come in different designs to suit your preference.
The Storage Chest Dresser. Storage chests are perhaps the oldest type of bedroom furniture that is still in use today. Traditionally made out of thick wood this is a basic dresser simply made of four wooden walls a base and a lid with powerful hinges. These chests vary in type and size and are a useful form of storage in any bedroom whether a childrens room or a master bed room.
Also choose oak dressers that are well built. They have to be fastened without any gaps its planes should be level and in addition to all this the dresser should be devoid of any indentations. By keeping all these points in mind you will be able to make a wise decision in your oak dresser investment that will last you a lifetime.
Wardrobe Armoires. Wardrobe armoires are tall and wide dressers that consist of two outward opening panel doors and pull out drawers below. The height of a wardrobe armoire is anywhere between 4 and 6 feet. The upper part of the armoire is usually used for hanging clothes.
Regency Victorian and Edwardian dressers for bedroom are all made of wood with a quality French polish on the front. The back was usually left unvarnished. Often the drawers would have locks. Today dressers come in a wide variety of materials including the modern favourite MDF - micro density fibreboard - with a woodstain veneer on the top and sides. This hardwearing easy care engineered wood product can be made in a variety of shapes and sizes.