Last Thursday I shared about the antique dresser that I’m using in our Guest Bedroom to store craft supplies. As promised, today I’m going to share 5 unique ways to use a dresser — none of which are to store clothing!
There are so many ways to use dressers. And in so many different rooms of your home.
#1: Next to the Bed
You could use a small dresser as a nightstand. Fill it with your nightly reading material, jewelry and small accessories.
#2: In a Bathroom
A dresser used within a bathroom could hold all your bath linens or extra toiletries like toilet paper, cotton balls and q-tips.
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#3: On a Landing
A narrow dresser could sit on a stairwell landing. Perfect for holding items used around the home like board games, card games and stationary.
#4: In the Living Room
Dressers used in the living room could store all of your family keepsakes, like wedding albums, scrapbooks and photos — close at hand for an evening reminiscing!
#5: In an Entryway
Entryways often get cluttered with keys, phones, shoes and outdoor accessories. What better way to keep things organized than with a dresser?
So, the next time you’re at a yard sale or thrift shop keep an eye out for dressers — they’re more than just clothing storage!
Where in your home could you use a dresser? What would it hold?