Bedroom Chest of Drawers
Alpine Lake Cherry Chest
Alpine Lake Washed Oak Chest
Arbor Ridge Cherry Chest
Arbor Ridge Cherry Media Chest
Asher Coffee Brown Chest
Asher Driftwood Chest
Ashworth Ivory Media Chest
Bedford Heights Cherry Chest
Bedford Heights Cherry Media Chest
Bedford Heights Gray Media Chest
Bedford Pines Brown Chest
Bedford Pines Brown Media Chest
Belmar Black Gentleman's Chest
Belmar Blue Gentleman's Chest
Belmar Gray Gentleman's Chest
Belmar Green Gentleman's Chest
Belmar Red Gentleman's Chest
Belmar White Bureau
Belmar White Gentleman's Chest
Berkshire Lake Black Chest
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How to Choose a Bedroom Storage Chest
Choosing a bedroom storage chest is similar to selecting a dresser or any other essential, larger bedroom piece. Storage chests, sometimes called gentleman’s chests, are vertically stacked drawers that are taller than they are wide. These trendy pieces are offered in a variety of luxurious styles, and their surfaces can be used for multiple purposes, like as a media console.
Size & Budget
Generally, chests are not too wide, which is nice for people who do not have a lot of space but still need storage. There are a variety of options that satisfy both form and function. When choosing a storage chest, keep in mind that they typically take up less floor space than dressers. Since both pieces are similar in price, you should determine which one works better in your room. Alternatively, if you have the space and budget, one of each can make a master suite complete.
Storage chests come in traditional, casual, contemporary, and transitional styles. Traditional chests are generally made of dark wood and feature rounded corners. Casual and contemporary styles have symmetrical lines and less embellishments, which work well over time. Transitional styles combine classic elements with modern twists. This design focuses on practicality and comfort, which make them attractive to today’s active families.
Colors & Materials
Typically made from wood, storage chests can be stained in any color, including natural hues or bright, eccentric shades. You also have the option to paint the wood to fit with different style choices. Choose pieces made from hardwood for durability or those constructed of composite woods to save money.