Published at Monday, July 03rd, 2017 - 04:59:11 AM. Drawer. By justin.
Tips on Buying a Chest of Drawers Everything you need to know to find the best chest of drawers for your home If youre looking for bedroom storage, a chest of drawers can meet most of your needs - we have put together a list of things to consider before you buy Choosing a chest of drawer design Its a good idea to have a basic idea in mind before you start looking for a chest of drawers, otherwise you could find yourself changing your mind with every model you see and coming home empty handed. Think about whether you want the chest of drawers to be tall and narrow, or short and wide, and whether you need several small drawers at the top, or just a serious of large drawers. Its also worth thinking about how deep the drawers need to be Where will the chest of drawers go If the chest of drawers is going in a particular space, remember to make a note of the measurements to make sure it will fit when you get it home. If you are buying a wooden piece of furniture, remember it will need to be positioned away from any radiators or working fireplaces, as the heat can dry out and warp the wood. Some chest of drawers designs offer adjustable feet, which is worth considering if you have uneven flooring, as it eliminates the need to wedge something under one corner to stop it from wobbling. Chest of drawers design features If you are buying your chest of drawers on the internet, you should still try to visit a showroom and have a good look at them. There are certain design features that you should check, such as whether the drawers open smoothly on their runners and how easy it is to grasp the handles - practicality outweighs style at this stage, so if it seems like the drawers might be difficult to open when they are full, you will probably want to start your search again. Check the quality of the chest of drawers Obviously, the chest of drawers you buy should feel solid and strong, but you can also check that it is made well by looking at the drawers. Familiarise yourself with what dovetail joints look like, and check that they have been used to hold the front and sides of the drawers together. And lastly, run your hands over the insides of the drawers to make sure there are no rough areas that could snag clothing.
Organizing With Map Drawers and Drawer Knobs Do you have a big organization problem? I certainly do. I can never keep track of anything, and I always need a ton of places to store my things for different projects. If you feel as disorganized as me sometimes, you should consider looking for a way to make organization easier. This means you might want to look into purchasing a set of drawers. You can buy tons of styles of closets and drawers, but my personal favorites are map drawers. This style is a closet with numerous drawers, each very, very short, each stacked one on top of another. If you have a lot of papers to file for different projects, map drawers are perfect. These drawers are typically extremely short in height, but long and wide in space. They are perfect for storing paperwork, maps, or anything else that is thin. I actually use them to store underwear and socks, because they are the perfect size. When buying map drawers, I like to decorate them with beautiful drawer knobs, that you can buy at any Walmart or Lowes. These knobs can look however you want them to look, no matter what style of room and drawer. A good looking knob is important because that is the part of the drawer that you will see and interact with, every day, when using your drawers. If you want to be more organized, youre going to need to invest in some proper equipment. If you are like me, and have tons of papers, get some map drawers!
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