There are numerous uses for chests of drawers in the house such as for storing clothing and accessories, keeping toys tidy and organized, keeping kitchen, living room and dining room equipment and of course everybody has a junk drawer.
Bedroom chests may vary in size and design but usually have a mixture of smaller drawers sat over larger drawers. When buying a chest keep this in mind as the upper layer of drawers will often be smaller, if you need all the drawers to be the identical size aim towards obtaining a chest that’s simply a “4 drawer chest”. Smaller drawers can be handy for socks, panties, wrapped up ties as well as make-up and accessories. Additionally, there are a vast array of drawer separators on the industry now designed especially for organising smaller objects within one drawer.
From the kitchen, dining area and living room most drawers which are in use are from a sideboard or dresser however with such a enormous selection of chests drawers currently available you will find many which are acceptable for these rooms. Contemporary designers are currently building modern and frequently quite funky chest acceptable for any room of the home. A few of the designs seen include stacking the drawers in an odd angle and integrating bright colours so the torso becomes a stand out piece of furniture. Even with the numerous quirks every chest remains a practical piece of furniture.
Simply because there are children or grandchildren in the home doesn’t mean there needs to be an unsightly toy box in one of the carefully selected furniture. Adding a toy chest of drawer to the space will keep the toys tidy and orderly (even if it’s the adults who wind up putting them away) and easy to find if the hunt begins for that favorite toy.
The junk drawer may appear in any of the aforementioned kinds of chest if it’s in the bedroom or kitchen you will often find the very same sorts of things in them from household to household. These might consist of half used boxes of matches, safety pins, homemade cards or gifts from the children, pens that no more function and a deck of playing cards. If none of this sounds familiar you’re a much organised individual. Should it sound familiar there’s a strong chance you don’t have any clue what is currently on your “junk drawer” but you know they are things you simply can’t throw away. Having worked for a furniture company in past life we once had a torso returned and replaced because of some damage only to find the client hadn’t emptied out their junk drawer before returning. When the client was informed it had been determined we had no other option but to box up the contents of the drawer and then return them as they just couldn’t remember what was in there and if it was significant.