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Expand Your Clothing Storage With an Oak Chest of Drawers

Posted on April 4, 2011 by Admin

When closet space isn’t enough, adding an oak chest of drawers to your bedroom is the perfect solution. Chests of drawers come in many shapes and sizes, giving you a wide selection to choose from no matter what your clothing storage needs. Whether your child’s room could use a place to organise small items or your master suite is in need of a makeover, an oak chest of drawers can offer exactly what you require.

The size of the room in which you’ll be placing your oak chest of drawers will undoubtedly influence the style of the piece you buy. A large chest with six or more drawers is perfect in master bedrooms as it gives you a great deal of clothing storage while complementing the open feeling of the room. Long, low chests are better for small bedrooms, guest rooms, and rooms with low ceilings; while tall, slim chests offer a lot of storage without dominating the décor of a room. With all these styles available, you can pick the construction that best suits your needs and still have a piece that fits in with the look of your bedroom.

An oak chest of drawers may be one of the first things you consider when designing a bedroom, or it may be added to an existing style later on. Colour is an important consideration if you’re starting from scratch or trying to find a piece that goes with the furniture you already have. But since oak wood looks lovely in everything from rustic dark stain to delicate white paint, you should have no trouble finding the colour that you want. Whether your style is whimsical or dramatic, elegant or childlike, there is an oak chest of drawers to match.

Choosing an oak chest of drawers may mean paying a little more than you would for furniture made from something else, but the properties of oak furniture are worth the price. It keeps your clothing safe from pest damage and moisture, both of which can spoil clothes to the point where they can no longer be worn. Oak is also quite strong and not prone to bowing, cracking, or bending like cheaper press board and laminate furniture. The oak chest of drawers you buy today won’t need to be replaced in a few years. In fact, with a little care, you’ll be able to enjoy it for a long time.


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