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In your dreams, you might have a walk-in closet that rivals Carrie Bradshaw's. In reality, you probably have a cramped lil bedroom that can barely fit a queen-size bed, never mind the closet of your dreams. If you're an apartment dweller (or just someone dealing with limited space), then you know the struggle of finding space-saving furniture all too well—especially if you have an extensive wardrobe. Choosing a small dresser can help ya free up some of your valuable square footage, and to help you in your search, we've rounded up a whole bunch of narrow dressers that save space without compromising on ~style.~ Bedside Tables
Yep, believe it or not, there are dressers out there you can fill up with clothes without filling up your (very limited) space. Whether you need a piece with a narrow width, minimal depth, or both, we included small space-friendly dressers of all styles and price points, none of which will take up more than three feet of floor space. Huzzah! Forget bulky designs and go with one of these sleek, space-saving options instead, which boast ample storage and (in many cases) very, very reasonable price tags.
Before you decide to Marie Kondo your closet, take a moment to check out our fave space-saving dressers, as well as everything you should consider before getting a new dresser for your snug lil boudoir.
Dimensions: 23.6"W x 13.4"D x 35.8"H
Measuring just under two feet in width and a little over a foot in depth, this four-drawer dresser is *seriously* compact (not to mention ridiculously affordable). It's made with medium-density fiberboard and includes upscale metal details—plus, it comes in six color options. It won't hold your entire wardrobe, but it's ideal for anyone who's short on space (or cash).
THE REVIEWS: "Love this dresser!!" one person writes. "I love the gold with the black—[it] just makes it look so modern and expensive. It's very sturdy, everything came nicely packaged and nicely made, the instructions were very easy to understand, and it’s just perfect for the aesthetic I'm going for. Definitely worth the purchase!"
Dimensions: 31.5"W x 15.6"D x 32.2"H
Another budget-friendly dresser option, this sleek mid-century stunner boasts subtly curved edges, a fun fluted panel design, pretty rose-gold handles, and ample storage in a small package. You'll love how the sturdy box frame offers plenty of support, as well as the fact it comes with your choice of an oak or walnut laminate.
THE REVIEWS: "Absolutely worth the money," one customer says. "Engineered wood but looks much more premium. Textured design on drawers make it look even better. Took almost 3 hours to install with 2 people but happy with the result. Will buy again."
Dimensions: 31.75"W x 20"D x 50.88"H
You can rely on Crate & Barrel for q-u-a-l-i-t-y pieces that'll last you a lifetime, and this five-drawer Tate Chest is no exception. Available in three shades, this 1960s-inspired dresser has simple undercut finger pulls, solid poplar drawers with metal glides, and dainty tapered legs, and while it's not cheap, you def get what you pay for.
THE REVIEWS: As one tester writes, "This is the third dresser I've purchased in as many years, and I wish I would've just bought it initially. The height is perfect, the drawers are deep and long, the drawers slide smooth and quiet, [and] it is so beautiful in real life. I'm just so happy with the dresser."
Dimensions: 28"W x 18"D x 49"H
For a dresser that's tall and narrow, ya can't beat the bestselling Pippa Dresser from West Elm. Clean-lined with overlapping panels on the drawer fronts, it's got five roomy drawers crafted with dovetail joinery that open on metal glides and a price that's frankly a steal for the quality. It also comes in your choice of bright white or glossy navy.
Dimensions: 30.5"W x 22"D x 50"H
She's a beauty, no?? This four-drawer acacia veneer dresser features super-deep drawers that glide silently with the help of subtle brushed-nickel pulls, as well as recessed iron legs that contrast oh-so nicely with the exposed wood grain of the chest. For under $1,000, it's hard to say no to this one.
THE REVIEWS: According to one person, "I love the look of this dresser and the wood grain is lovely. I have a smaller bedroom, but the tall dresser fits perfectly, and the drawers are deep and tall enough to fit a lot of clothes. Took a while to assemble, but I was able to do it myself."
Dimensions: 31.25"W x 15.75"D x 48"H
If your aesthetic is farmhouse chic, then this dresser is perfect for you, bb. It's not made with real wood (as you can probs guess by the price tag), but it's got plenty of thoughtful details, like barn door side displays, decorative metal hinges, smooth-sliding drawers, and funky square-shaped metal handles. It comes in three distressed shades and—best of all—will cost you less than $250.
THE REVIEWS: "I love this dresser and the matching night stands that we ordered with it," writes one buyer. "I looked for a long time and fell in love with the wood color for our master. It was fairly easy to assemble—a lot pieces but took about 2 hours. It has ample storage, the drawers slide nicely, and it looks better than I expected!"
Dimensions: 36"W x 18"D x 56"H
Wanna have a modern moment? Get yourself this super-tall six-drawer dresser, which features distinctive ribbed drawer fronts, a gold metal base, and sleek hardware with a matching gold-tone finish. And while it's not made entirely with real wood, it does boast drawers with dovetail joints, metal ball-bearing glides, safety stops, and plenty of space for your precious stuff.
THE REVIEWS: "I really like the dresser," reads one review. "It is sturdy and solid—a very heavy piece (definitely get the in-room delivery service). While there are some parts that are composite, the exterior is natural wood and beautiful. [The] jewelry drawer is a great bonus for big pieces that might not fit elsewhere."
Dimensions: 36"W x 19"D x 41"H
Calling all the boho folks: This one's for you. Made with solid acacia wood and featuring breathable cane rattan drawers, this lil stunner is beloved for its soft-close drawers, timeless appeal, and incredibly easy assembly. Oh, and did we mention it's currently on sale??
THE REVIEWS: "Absolutely in love with this dresser," notes one reviewer. "Super spacious, stunning, soft open/close doors, stylish, and perfect for my baby boy. Something he can use and hold on to for a long time. Also came fully assembled except for the legs (and we didn’t have to pay extra for it!). Highly recommend!"
Dimensions: 36"W x 19.5" D x 40"H
Okay but this dresser! is! art! Available in grey or black, this statement piece floats on an open black iron base and features a stunning circular design that's unique to each piece. And while it's petite, it still has four soft-close drawers with undermount glides and grooves in the top for easy opening.
THE REVIEWS: "I was eyeing this dresser for a while and finally pulled the trigger. So glad I did!" one person writes. "It’s got a ton of storage space. But it’s also got a ton of style and is very unique. You could use as a dresser or entryway table—super versatile. I didn’t see that the drawers were soft closing, but that was a bonus, as it’s in my kid's bedroom right now."
Dimensions: 28"W x 16"D x 28"H
From the intentional wood distressing to the bronze drawer accents and matching ring pulls, this bb looks like it's heirloom-quality (even though it'll cost ya less than $700). And while small in size, it's got three super-roomy drawers and comes fully assembled in your choice of three colors.
THE REVIEWS: According to one buyer, "The accent chest arrived in excellent condition with no marks to the furniture. It fits perfectly in the space we chose for it and looks absolutely lovely! It is a beautiful piece of furniture and seems to be well made. The brass accents are gorgeous. We are enjoying this piece of furniture very much."
Dimensions: 35"W x 24"D x 40"H
Available in a white oak or black walnut wood stain, this simple mid-century modern dresser is an investment well worth making (especially since it's under $1,000!). Reviewers love the generously-sized soft-close drawers, the curved wooden handles, the eye-catching spindle legs, and the fact that it requires very minimal assembly.
THE REVIEWS: "I love these dressers," says one buyer. "They are beautiful and were very easy to assemble. Just had to attach the legs to the bottom and everything else was taken care of. Under mounted drawers glide smoothly and close gently, and the hardware used to attach the legs leave virtually no room for error and are very secure. "
Dimensions: 36"W x 19"D x 54"H
It's not cheap, and it's not going to be for everyone, but there's no denying that this mirrored dresser from Z Gallerie is a real statement piece. Complete with beveled mirror paneling, silver-leaf trim, smooth-open drawer glides, and polished nickel hardware, this option is seriously glitzy—and measuring only three feet in width, it won't take up too much space, either.
THE REVIEWS: "I couldn't have imagined how elegant this dresser was until it arrived!" one reviewer raves. "I love the mirrored dresser. It is classy and beautiful. It is also a well built piece of furniture well worth the money spent. Sturdy and great design."
Dimensions: 33"W x 19"D x 35.5"H
Looking for your dresser to provide a fun pop of color? Feast your eyes on dreamy matte green option from West Elm. Complete with retro aged brass accents, this beauty has five amble drawers that open on metal glides, and it arrives fully assembled, so you just have to pick a spot and fill 'er up.
Dimensions: 31.1"W x 17"D x 46.75"H
It's giving ~visual interest.~ Complete with a soft white trim, contrasting walnut drawers, and a fun geometric design on the drawer fronts, this budget-friendly dresser is highly unique, and while it's not made with real wood, it does feature rolling drawer glides, safety stops, and a good amount of storage space.
THE REVIEWS: "Although it's not real wood, it's still great quality," reads one review. "I was able to assemble it alone, which took me almost 2 hours. Instructions were simple in my opinion... This chest is larger than I expected and the drawers have plenty of space. Once completed, all the drawers slide smooth and fit perfectly. I'm definitely satisfied with this product!"
Furniture is expensive, y'all, and if you're going to invest in a new piece for your bedroom, then you wanna make sure it's something that's useful, versatile, and made to last. A few things to consider before you buy that brand new dresser:
Not to state the obvious, but if you're working with limited space, then you need to make sure any dresser you choose will fill that spot *just* right. Nothing's worse than ordering a piece of furniture that's just too damn big for your apartment (or so small that it looks silly), so check out the width, depth, and height to make sure it's a good fit.
Listen: You don't want drawers that suck, and we don't want you to have drawers that suck. In addition to having plenty of depth and storage space, the best dresser drawers tend to include ball-bearing metal drawer slides for easy opening and closing, as well as safety stops that keep the drawer from being pulled out of place.
Other helpful (but not totally necessary) features include a soft-close mechanism, which prevent a drawer from slamming shut on your fingers, and dovetail joints, which give drawers a larger holding capacity.
Bedroom Drawers The biggest complaint you'll find with most dressers is with the assembly process. Some dressers come fully assembled, but those also tend to come with a steeper price. Some involve minimal assembly, like adding legs or mounting to your wall, while others can take h-o-u-r-s to put together correctly. Be sure to read the reviews and know what you're getting yourself into before buying.