Later, Clutter: These Are the 16 Best Dressers Under $600

Updated 05/30/18
Best Dressers

Our best advice for banishing unsightly bedroom clutter once and for all? A really good dresser. It's the perfect answer to clothes toppling from open shelves or hanging on the back of chairs, the solution to tangled necklaces and nightstand mess, and the saving grace from all kinds of visual disorder. Yes, the perfect dresser offers much-needed drawers and critical counter space. It can be wide or tall (or neither).

But finding the right dresser that's chic and timeless—and won't run you upward of $1000—can be a challenge. To help your quest for the perfect dresser, we scoured our favorite retailers for some affordable options that fit the bill. Ready to give your bedroom a serious upgrade? We handpicked the best dressers under $600 (and, yes, IKEA's beloved MALM makes a requisite appearance).

Morris Dresser
Urban Outfitters Morris Dresser $499

This Urban Outfitters dresser would work just as well on its own or as a pair flanking a bed. Its size is versatile enough to fit most nooks and crannies.

Arch White 3-Drawer Chest - Crate and Barrel
Crate and Barrel Arch White 3-Drawer Chest $499

Another small dresser that's chic and versatile is this campaign dresser from Crate and Barrel. Use it alone or as a pair.

Project 62 Siegel 6-Drawer Dresser $350 $262

Think you can't find a spacious dresser under $300? Think again—Target has elegant options like this Project 62 six-drawer dresser.

IKEA Björksnas 5-Drawer Chest $249

Hands down our favorite IKEA dresser, this one will run you under $250, but based on the luxe leather pulls, you'd never be able to tell.

Viv + Rae Bria 6-Drawer Double Dresser $719 $370

You may have to act fast, but this nautical-inspired navy dresser is currently 49% off—and it's totally worth it.

CB2 Latitude Oat Low Dresser $499

This low dresser from CB2 comes in two shades and is ideal for minimalists who don't want their furniture to overpower their space. It's spacious and neutral enough to fit in any type of décor.

South Shore Cookie 6-Drawer Double Dresser $290

Penny pinchers, look no further than this elegant dresser that's under $300. Best of all, its large size means it will fit all your clutter (and then some).

Renwick Dresser
Anthropologie Renwick Dresser $648 $518

Anthropologie currently has a sale on all its furniture, which brings the price of this elegant Art Deco–inspired dresser down to $518, but you have to act fast.

World Market Aiden Chest $450

Give your space an industrial edge with this World Market tallboy dresser, which also features a low shelf perfect for storing shoes.

shop blue chest
CB2 Shop Blue Chest $429

This navy CB2 dresser will add a hint of color to an otherwise neutral space. Use it on its own or as a pair.

Gemini 3-Drawer Dresser
West Elm Gemini 3-Drawer Dresser $499

This mod West Elm dresser is a great size for a nightstand, but it would also hold its own in a small bedroom. We love the pull detailing.

Urban Outfitters Industrial Storage Dresser $329

If you like to be ultra-organized, you'll love this Urban Outfitters industrial tallboy that features multiple smaller drawers. 

Babyletto Hudson 6-Drawer Double Dresser $499

This is theoretically a nursery dresser, but without the changing top, who could tell? If it means the price is lower than other dressers, we're all for it.

IKEA MALM 6-Drawer Dresser $179

The Malm dresser is that one IKEA piece that everyone has owned at least once. We love the light wood finish on this one.

Baxton Studio Jonesy Midcentury Fabric Upholstered 6-Drawer Dresser $463 $417

Looking for a change? Why not try an upholstered midcentury-inspired dresser? Its rounded edges means it's really kid-friendly.

Textured Trellis Three-Drawer Dresser
Anthropologie Textured Trellis Three-Drawer Dresser $598 $478

This chic honeycomb-patterned dresser from Anthropologie is one of the most expensive-looking dressers we found under $600. Its size is also versatile and fits in most smaller spaces.

Next up: How to arrange your bedroom furniture for every room size.

This story was originally published on March 3, 2015, and has since been updated.

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