Let the chest of drawers conform to the person using it to get the maximum efficiency out of it. If, say, you have one in a young child's room, then keep it low down to the ground, not a double-stack version. If the kid has a lot of toys, then consider having one that is more chest than drawers, with maybe only a few drawers at the bottom, and plenty of trunk space to stow toys and other things, with a light kind of wood to make it easy for the youngster to open the lid. If it's in the room of a young lady obsessed with her physical appearance, than get one that has a mirror and lighting unit built into it. Also, consider colors, as at certain ages kids (and even adults) may choose one dominant color as a central theme in their room, and in general.
Chests of drawers provide an answer to such problems in an economical and efficient manner. Numerous types of chests of drawers are available in the market these days and one just need to pick any of them as per individual needs.
Think about how the dresser will function in the future. Some models are part of a set that allows you to add a hutch on top or a corner shelf unit (also called a "radius shelf"') on either side. Your child's storage needs will only grow, so plan accordingly.
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