A dresser that you love is a tough thing to find. Whether it's because it's not the right size, the right style or the right price, dressers tend to be un-fun purchases that cost more than you expect. To help solve the dresser problem, I thought I'd pull three dressers this morning that I really like, and which run the price gamut from really low to really high. Enjoy!
Anes Dresser from IKEA ($200) - We bought three of these. This is a brand new piece from the Swedish Giant and designed by Ehlén Johansson. Made of gently rounded Birch veneer, the two sizes allow for maximum storage with a minimum of frame space.
Anders Dresser from Room & Board ($1800) - This is a new design for R&B, inspired by George Nakashima and made by Vermont Furniture Designs with exquisite mortice and tenon joinery. We particularly like the really BIG WIDE dresser in dark walnut and high end details such as the right angle pulls and continuous board drawer fronts.
Lake Dresser from BDDW ($if you have to ask...) - The Lake is one of BDDW's signature designs and one that has changed very little. It doesn't need to. Highly changable with different woods and finishes, the Lake features details such as hand carved ebony handles, American black walnut interior and blackend steel base with adjustable bronze feet. We particularly like the white lacquer veneer with the limited edition Holly front (above), but any will do.
>> Anes Dresser Post
>> Ehlen Johanssen
>> Anders Dresser at R&B
>> George Nakashima
>> Vermont Furniture Designs
>> Lake Dresser at BDDW
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