Suzanne Carlson. Dresser. January 18th , 2018.
Safety There are some safety concerns when buying dressers for kids especially if you are buying for young children. In these cases, it is often best to avoid those with sharp edges because these can lead to injury and accidents; something that is definitely best avoided wherever possible. Rounded edges and corners mean that if your son or daughter does bang into them then the damage should be minimal. Matching Accessories As well as dressers you can also buy items like nightstands and even beds to match the design and looks of the dresser that you choose. Dressers for kids are typically colourful and fun and ensuring that they are part of a set or that you can find other items to match it is possible to create an equally fun, modern, and stylish finish to your son or daughters bedroom.
If you are looking for a dresser to enhance the appearance of your bedroom but you are finding them too expensive, then you should consider buying an unfinished pine dresser. Purchasing an unfinished pine dresser and then finishing it works out amazingly cheap and much better than putting your money in a finished dresser which might not suit your needs. You can find an unfinished pine dresser almost anywhere. You can check online and search for online auction websites or online furniture dealers and they are sure to have an unfinished dresser made from pine for sale. They are not very expensive and the amount you will spend in having them finished is not much either. You yourself could put on your working gloves and attempt finishing your pine dresser if you have attempted something like it before.
Storage Room The number of drawers and amount of storage is a consideration when buying dressers for kids. Depending on what will be stored in the dresser and the amount of other storage you have in the room you can create masses of storage with a single dresser. Some simple dressers offer a single drawer and a single door while others provide up to 10 drawers. Dressers For Kids Dressers for kids need to combine functionality and storage with fun and good looking designs. Depending on the décor of the room you can choose classical designs or more contemporary ones and theres a whole spectrum of color choices that awaits you.
1. Determine what purpose the dresser will serve. If you find yourself in need of a storage space for your kids clothing or toys, you wouldnt want something thats fancy and may be passed on through generations as an heirloom. Use less expensive wood on this type of dresser so that you may get quality without hurting your purse. 2. Determine the dressers level of usage and visibility once completed. If you plan on using your dresser highly, use quality hardwood that will be able to withstand the usual wear and tear and will not scratch easily. However, if you find that you will not be using the dresser often, you may opt to use wood options that are more affordable albeit a little less durable.
2. Sand and paint your dressers with care Sanding and painting a kitchen dresser is a job which is best done outdoors. It can be a very messy job - and no one wants to breathe paint fumes if they dont have to, so take your dresser outside before you begin. Start by sanding your kitchen dresser thoroughly, since this will help your paint stick to the wood and save you a lot of trouble down the road. Choose the color of paint according to the kitchen paint and kitchen wall tiles you use indoors; the idea is to match or coordinate the color with your existing decor, though it is not necessary to have a precise match.
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