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Finding the right dresser that's chic and timeless—and one that won't break the bank—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 bedroom accent pieces out there (and, yes, IKEA's beloved MALM makes a requisite appearance).
Here, the best dressers out there.
Invest in this hand-carved beauty and every morning you'll feel like you've woken up at a five-star resort in Bali or Chiang Mai. The timeless medallion-patterned dresser comes in three stunning finishes—indigo, washed grey, and white—and with its tropical hardwood construction, it's sure to last a lifetime.
If clean mid-century modern lines are what you're after, turn your attention to Modway's two-toned dresser. The spacious, four-drawer chest marries contemporary and retro aesthetics with crisp white drawers and four splayed legs.
While we can't all live in Palm Springs, we can certainly decorate like we do, right? Bay Isle Home's Lamont Dresser playfully mixes a two-tone mid-century modern silhouette with tropical touches like woven rattan drawers and leather bindings. If you just can't bear the thought of it being hidden in your bedroom, it also works well as a console or entry table.
Looking to infuse your space with a bright pop of color? Instead of going for a traditional wood dresser, turn your attention to this juniper green beauty from France&Son. The dreamy seven-drawer chest has five large drawers as well as two smaller velvet-lined ones up top. Adding further interest to the design is shiny aged brass hardware and legs.
If you've got ample room in your home and budget stop what you're doing and take a look at Room&Board's Copenhagen Dresser. The modern, handcrafted piece is available in 10 different sizes and a handful of woods and finishes from walnut and maple to sage and saffron. If you have trouble purging old clothes or you just have an affinity for online clothes shopping, we think you'll find the 10-drawer option particularly appealing.
Ready to retire your college-era dresser and make a major upgrade? Four Hand's Caspian 4-Drawer Dresser is made from a mix of luxe materials including reclaimed Australian and South American hardwoods, cathedral-grained Indonesian woods, stone-washed jute, and shiny brass. The result? A sophisticated piece of furniture that instantly draw eyes.
Babyletto's Hudson Double Dresser is technically a nursery dresser, but without the changing top, who could tell? If you're looking to outfit your baby's room with versatile pieces that'll be just as handy post-diapers (or you don't have kids but just love the look of it), we think it's a grade-A option.
If your home leans into a modern farmhouse aesthetic (think exposed wooden beams and lots of natural materials), this barn door-inspired dresser will fit in beautifully. The six-drawer unit has ample space for all your garments and oil-rubbed bronze pulls tie the rustic look together.