Campaign Kids: 6 Rooms Rocking the Campaign Dresser With Style

Campaign Kids: 6 Rooms Rocking the Campaign Dresser With Style

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Alison Gerber
Nov 24, 2014
(Image credit: Redmond Aldrich Design)

Our campaign dresser love shows no sign of waning, and is appearing in kids' rooms all over the place. And why not? Fantastic for storage and just crying out to be painted bright, the campaign dresser + kids room is a match made in heaven.

The above example shows just how great a kids campaign dresser can look with multicolored drawers. A few sample pots of paint is all you'd need. From Redmond Aldrich Design.

(Image credit: Greg Pendleton)

Louis' bedroom (above) might be small, but the campaign dresser offers plenty of storage and doubles as a change table for now.

(Image credit: Project Nursery)

Another dresser-come-change table, this campaign looks so classy in blue and paired with black and white decor. From Project Nursery.

(Image credit: Design To Inspire)

No need to go big if you don't have the room — here's a tiny campaign side table tucked between two beds from designer Grant K. Gibson on Design To Inspire. Just look at that green!

(Image credit: My Room: Felicity)

But if you're not a color person, white is a happy, safe bet for a touch of girly, classic glam. This dresser was bought for Felicity's room secondhand for just $15! Just goes to show what a pot of paint can do.

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