When storage is at a premium, chest drawers can offer the perfect space saving solution. Whether you are minimalist and want somewhere to store clothes neatly and effectively, or your a hoarder who needs somewhere to hide your clutter, a chest of drawers is a classic piece of furniture. Invest in chest drawers, and your storage problems will be sorted.
If you are looking for a cheap, reliable set of chest drawers, look no further than Scandinavian brand Ikea, who have been long renowned for their quality and stylish flat pack furniture. Complete with all the parts and instructions, you can build your own chest of drawers in a matter of minutes. Chests start at around £25 and range up into the hundreds depending on the material and style you are after. For most of the chests, white and beech are popular colours, with oak and pine chests being more expensive. Catalogue stores such as Argos are also a good option for finding cheap chests for sale. Pine drawers are available from £49.99, and other colours and styles are offered, in particular pink which is really popular with young girls. Other avenues to explore include local furniture store clearance sales and classifieds in local papers to find drawers for sale if you are looking pick up a bargain.
If you are looking for a high quality investment chest of draws, then try premium brands such as Laura Ashley, or if you are feeling particularly flush, visit the homeware departments of stores such as Harrods, where you will find designer and one off pieces for this original and expensive look. Oak drawers are popular, and if you want to make an investment in the future and get a piece which will last a lot longer than your lifetime, then oak is a great choice for a chests of drawers. Other bespoke providers include Wesley Barrell, who stock very stylish premium furniture including sofas, cabinets, a antique chests and of course chests of drawers, and multi-york also make handmade premium furniture including gorgeous chests of drawers. If you are looking for an antique place, visit a local antique dealer or scour the auctions the perfect piece. * All prices are correct as of 24.07.2011