Dressers for kids can be painted, antiqued, and decorated with decals and stenciled drawings. These can be used to follow a theme of the room. As your child grows older, the decals can be removed and paint can be changed. These dressers can become a large part of the decorations in a kid's room. If you choose the right style, it can grow with your child and you will not have to replace it for many years, if ever. In fact, you can start with something a bit plain and decorate it as you need to.
For a nice classy chest of drawers for adults with relatively classic tastes, go with a bold, varnished wood like cherry. Certain sets may be stacked shoulder-high with only drawers, whereas others may have several drawers coming up to waist-height or less, and a wardrobe placed on top (either all in one piece or removable, it's up to you). For a classy touch, get one with an elaborate, curvy top piece; most come with flat tops, but if it's so high up that you won't be resting anything on it, why not go for the aesthetic bonus of fine carpentry.
While not all kids bedrooms include dressers for kids, that is something that is changing more every day. Typically, when babies are expected and then newly born, dressers are not really needed in their rooms. Their parents generally add a chest of drawers along with a crib, rocking chair, and changing table.
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