Published at Monday, February 12th 2018. by Lorraina Quere in Dressers.
You can get a fairly accurate guideline for your budget if you take time to carry out research on the different types of dressers on the market. This way you can see which one is most suitable for you both in terms of price and functionality. Listed below are a number of types of bedroom dressers. That being said the dresser types discussed here are not cast in stone - you will often find bedroom dressers that can fall into two or more of the types examined below.
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.
Modern dressers still feature mirrors but they are usually placed as "vanity stations" with a slot for a low stool or chair. The cabinets and drawers flank the space for the chair. The spacious work tops of modern dressers are designed for keeping cosmetics and other trinkets on them without appearing messy or cluttered.
When choosing a dresser always bear in mind your needs and the design that you want. It is not impossible to get both at the same time you just need to know where and how to look your choices. Set a budget and try not to go over that budget without sacrificing quality.
The color you choose for your dresser is just as important as the style you select. The wrong color dresser can totally throw off the look of your bedroom. For example a bright red dresser would be the wrong choice for a bedroom with a classic traditional theme and a neutral colored dresser would look all wrong in a modern contemporary bedroom. Most dressers are available in wood stains like oak cherry and mahogany. If you find yourself a little unsure about color a wood stain is probably the safest route to choose as they are the easiest to blend in with just about any style of room. No matter what color you choose make sure its not overpowering the rest of the room.
The more expensive long dresser may be made from mahogany or maple while the lower priced ones are built from pine or oak wood. There is no limit on the type of design you can go for and you can stain the wood in any color to match your overall bedroom theme.