- Made of laminated mdf and particleboard with a gray oak woodgrain finish
- 4 drawers feature durable metal slides with built in stops for safety
- Top surface can support 50 lbs. And each of the smaller drawers can hold up to 15 lbs. And the 2 larger drawers can hold 35 lbs.
- Assembled dimensions: 31.5" h x 35.75" w x 19.69" d
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- Delivered to your door
- Assembly may be required
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- Items sold online only
- Not available in-store
Frequently Asked Kids Dressers Questions
Kids Dressers by Ashley Furniture HomeStore
Furnishing a kid’s room can be a challenge. But with premium designs and materials, Ashley Furniture HomeStore makes it easy to find the perfect pieces that suit your home, your child and their unique style personality. From sturdy kids headboards to kids dressers to cozy kids rugs, you won’t find a selection of kids furniture that compares in price and quality.
What Height are Kids' Dressers?
Choosing a dresser height for a child can prove to be difficult because they are often sold in reference to the users’ height, using jargon such as tall, short and waist-high. But the key to finding the perfect dresser height for kids is through measurement. Standard dresser heights are between 30 to 36 inches tall – perfect for small children. Kids tall dressers tend to be less wide and are much taller than standard wide dresser sizes. While there is no standard height for tall dressers, you can find them between 42 to 53 inches tall. Regardless of what dresser height you choose, just remember that you need to mount dressers and chest of drawers to walls for added safety.
What Style Dresser is Best for My Child's Room?
Today’s kids’ dressers come in a spectrum of sizes, styles and finishes that can elevate the look and feel of your room. But before you put a dresser into your shopping cart, you need to consider a few points. If your child needs to have a mirror in their room, consider kids dressers with mirror. These helpful pieces remove the visual clutter of standing or door-mounted mirrors, improving the overall flow of the room. If you want to use a dresser as a nightstand, a media console or as a centerpiece in your child’s room, select wide or short dressers since they allow for items to always be in reach. Tall dressers are perfect for when you’re tight on space. While these dressers generally have fewer drawers than wide dressers, they’re still perfect for storing items away.
How to Decorate a Dresser?
Much like a coffee table or a desk, decorating a dresser is easy if you know the proper layouts. Create stylish vignettes with decor like candles and pictures frames. Or place beloved stuffed animals, trophies and awards to showcase different facets of your child’s personality. A kid’s wood dresser is a great home for accents like decorative lamps, canvas art, books and even plants. All you have to do is take inspiration from your favorite interiors and use your imagination to craft a unique decor style. If you want to learn more about design do’s, read this helpful guide.