Bedroom chests may vary in size and style but typically have a mixture of smaller sized drawers sat over bigger drawers. Most choices of bedroom chest is going to be known as, such as a 2 over 4 chest or a 3 over 4 chest. When purchasing a chest bear this in mind as the upper layer of drawers will usually be smaller, if you require every one of the drawers to be the same size aim towards getting a chest that is just a “4 drawer chest”. Smaller drawers may be practical for socks, underwear, rolled up ties and even make-up and accessories. Additionally, there are a huge array of drawer separators on the market now designed particularly for organising smaller objects inside a single drawer.
In the kitchen, dining room and living room most drawers that are in use are out of a sideboard or dresser yet with such a enormous selection of chests drawers currently available there are many that are acceptable for all these rooms. A chest could be used to store location mats, cutlery, instruction manuals or recipe books. Contemporary designers are currently building modern and often quite funky chest acceptable for any room of the house. A few of the designs seen include piling up the drawers in an unusual angle and integrating bright colours so that the chest becomes a stand out piece of furniture. Even with the various quirks each chest stays a functional piece of home furniture.
Just because there are children or grandchildren in the house doesn’t mean there needs to be an unsightly toy box in amongst the carefully chosen furniture. Incorporating a toy chest of drawers into the room is going to continue to keep the toys tidy and orderly (even if it’s the adults who end up putting them away) and easy to find when the search starts for this particular favourite toy. Many chests were created with quite deep drawers, particularly in the base of the chest ideal for toys and games, together with varying depths of drawers as you move up the chest the top degree drawers might be used for crayons and paper.
The junk drawer may appear in any of the aforementioned kinds of chest whether it’s in the bedroom or kitchen you may often find the very same sorts of items in them from household to household. These may include half used boxes of matches, safety pins, homemade gifts or cards in the children, pens that no longer function along with a deck of playing cards. If none of this sounds familiar you are a much organised person. Should it seem familiar there is a strong chance you don’t have any idea what is currently on your “junk drawer” but you realize they’re items you simply can’t throw away. Having worked for a furniture company in past life we once had a chest returned and replaced due to some harm simply to discover the client had not emptied out their junk drawer prior to returning it. When the client was informed it had been decided we had no other option but to box up the contents of the drawer and then reunite them as they simply couldn’t remember what was previously in there and if it was important.