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Bedroom Chest of Drawers

A bedroom chest of drawers is a standard feature in most bedrooms. Designed to maximise your storage potential, a chest of drawers is available in a wide variety of sizes, styles and materials.

Different bedroom chest of drawers styles

Many modern styles of bedroom chest of drawers are made from lightweight MDF, with wood veneers. The contemporary style chest of drawers has a sleek and streamlined appearance.

Traditional chests for the bedroom have a functional appeal. A pine chest of drawers is a popular material for this style.

Vintage style, shabby chic and French country chests of drawers are perfect for storing clothes in an elegant manner.

Storage variations of the bedroom chest of drawers

Bedroom chests of drawers typically have three or four deep drawers arranged vertically. Other chests of drawers with five or six drawers often have two small top drawers as well. Chests with more than six drawers offer plenty of practical and functional storage.

Popular material choices of bedroom chest of drawers

Solid oak is a durable material that is perfect for a chest of drawers. It is a popular choice of wood for all styles of bedroom furniture.

Pine has a distinctive appearance and is often used to construct chunky items of furniture. Pine is usually waxed but can also be painted.

MDF, or medium density fibreboard is a man made wood that is constructed from soft and hardwood residuals. Once wax and resin are added, a wood alternative that is denser than plywood is produced. This is a lightweight and affordable option for a bedroom chest of drawers.

Wood veneer is a thin slice of wood that is typically glued onto a MDF board or panel. This creates the impression of a chest of drawers made from solid wood. If you choose a solid wood chest of drawers it will not feature wood veneer or MDF.

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