Kids Room Dressers Furniture
Kiernan Blue Dresser
Kiernan White Dresser
Kiernan White Dresser and Topper Set
Austin Chocolate Dresser & Mirror Set
Austin Peanut Dresser & Mirror Set
Bay Street Brown Dresser & Mirror Set
Belcourt Jr. Cherry Dresser & Mirror Set
Belcourt Jr. White Dresser & Mirror Set
Belle Noir Champagne Dresser & Mirror Set
Belle Noir Dark Merlot Dresser & Mirror
Castello White Twin Jr. Loft Bed with 6 Drawer Dresser &Bookcase
Clubhouse Chocolate Dresser & Hutch Set
Clubhouse Chocolate Dresser & Mirror Set
Clubhouse Chocolate Twin Jr. Loft Bed with Bookcase & Dresser
Dawn Court Cherry Dresser/Mirror Set
Disney Princess Cherry 8 Drawer Dresser
Disney Princess Cherry 8 Drawer Dresser & Heart Mirror Set
How to Choose Kids Dressers
You may think that you only need a small dresser since kids clothes don’t take up much room, but investing in a regular sized dresser means it will continue to meet your child’s needs as they grow. While dressers traditionally store clothing, kids dressers are also perfect for favorite toys, books, and extra bedding. Choosing a piece that your child will continue to love and use as they grow up can be difficult, so carefully consider the dresser's style, materials, and functionality before making your purchase.
Kids dressers range in style from classic to contemporary. Traditional pieces tend to feature gently curved edges and drawers that are uniform in size, while modern dressers for kids defy conventional style. Most have matching mirrors that come in a variety of shapes, from oval to rectangular. Additional features, such as cork boards, jewelry hooks, and open storage cubbies, add to the appeal and functionality of each kids dresser.
Materials & Budget
Commonly constructed of hardwood or composite materials, kids dressers vary in price depending on durability. Hardwoods are longer-lasting options that typically cost more. Composites are a budget-friendly choice that still provide plenty of functionality. Some children's dresser models even have dust-proofed bottom panels to make cleaning easier, keeping them nicer longer.
Colors & Appearance
Kids dressers come in classic paint colors, like white or black, or rich wood tones, from oak to cherry. Because these pieces are geared towards children, they may offer more color and design options than standard furniture. They can also come with fun design features such as creative drawer pulls. To get the most out of your kids dresser, choose neutral colors that will look great with a variety of decor choices.