12 Bedroom Dressers for Every Style Under $750
These budget-friendly pieces for spaces of all kinds are a dozen dreams come true.
Welcome to dresser shopping minus the hassle of research: we've zeroed in on the best-rated, sturdiest and most stylish options in a variety of sizes, from three-drawer to eight-drawer dressers. Plus, they all ring in under $750. Now that's what we call a bedtime story that ends happily ever after.
Crafted of solid poplar and medium-density fiberboard (MDF) and hand-finished to meet strict chemical-emissions standards (translation: no toxic, stinky off-gassing when you unbox it at home), this goes-with-almost-anything piece rings in at under $400; the matching gold legs, if you choose to add them, are just $99 more.
Retro design meets contemporary eco-consciousness in this streamlined, sustainably-sourced number: all of its wood is harvested from sustainably-managed forests, and it's finished with water-based walnut lacquer. Don't you just love it when beauty is more than skin-deep?
On sale, and even with a regular price of $719, this midcentury-inspired, low-profile Walker Edison dresser is an impressive deal (it's crafted of solid pine, and similar pieces often cost twice as much). It's frequently on sale, so keep this page bookmarked to score an heirloom-quality piece for less than $400.
With a small footprint and thoughtful details, this three-drawer piece maximizes transitional style in spaces where every square inch counts. Seriously, it even comes with adjustable stabilizers in case those square inches aren't perfectly level.
The dark charcoal finish on this spacious piece (which technically has six drawers, as there's an extra, hidden drawer up top) puts a striking spin on its classic shape; the felt lining in the top set of drawers, in turn, gives your valuables a bit of extra TLC.
Minimalistic styling means this sleek black piece will play well with the bedroom furniture you already own. Its price point means that you can pick up the rest of the items in its collection without breaking a sweat (or a tight budget).
This substantial dresser's distressed-oak finish pairs beautifully with both cottage-style bedrooms and more modern spaces. Its clever detailing and hardware give the impression of eight shallow drawers for, say, vintage maps; the four drawers behind that fanciful face are deep enough for a wardrobe's worth of bulky clothing.
This crisply geometric piece is beautifully proportioned for a room with large windows; at 60 inches wide and just two feet tall, it provides ample storage without creating visual clutter. Speaking of visuals, this dresser is also a magnificently understated space divider; because its back sports the same slick finish as its face, it can "float" in the middle of the room.
Available in this handsome white oak and four other veneers, the Malm line's clean silhouette and unbeatable price tag have made it an Ikea classic. Pro tip: Create a bit of contrast (and make the top surface even more durable) by adding a white or smoky gray glass top for an additional $30.
The Hemnes line is another favorite among Ikea aficionados, and it's easy to see why: a truly massive, eight-drawer dresser made of sustainably-sourced solid wood that rings in at less than $250 is a square (okay, rectangular) deal. This particular piece is available in more demure colorways, but we're partial to the way this supersaturated ochre stain warms up an otherwise-monochromatic space.