November 17, 2014

Styling a Dresser: Two Ways


Dressers are one of my favorite furniture pieces to use in my home. They offer a lot of versatility while also providing tucked away storage. For example, we use a dresser under our TV as a TV console as well as a dresser in our dining room as a buffet.


A few months ago I shared a new dresser I received from Sauder that I was using in our living room to add extra decor space as well as storage. Since then I have moved it into my office to better organize my never ending project supplies.


Being able to have a clear place to work on and spread things out adds function to my office but can also be cleared off and decorated to make the space feel pulled together and clean. Having a place to tuck everything away at the end of the day keeps my office a focused work space that inspires.


Another great use for this dresser is for entertaining. Between finding room for people to sit and mingle and spread food out around the house, having empty spaces to put down a cup or set up a drink station, makes entertaining a lot easier on me.


I have been known to drag a dresser out into our backyard for a baby shower display and when we are hosting a large gathering, I have to move furniture around to create more space.


This dresser makes a perfect drink and serving station. No need for a table cloth as the dresser itself serves as the decorated display. Adding a drink dispenser, cups, and pretty tassel drink stirrers make this a functional office organizer by day a fun party host by night.


The Soft White Dresser that I chose is a timeless piece. The white exterior matches the rest of my house and the pretty hardware make the room feel updated. I know that I will be using this piece for many years to come and I love that the versatility allows me to use it in different rooms and with different styles.


For more inspiration on using furniture in multiple ways, visit my furniture Pinterest board.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Sauder. The opinions and text are all mine.



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