Walker Edison Wood Dresser Bedroom Storage Drawer Organizer Closet Hallway, 6 Drawer, Caramel

This spacious and stylish 6-drawer wood dresser is the perfect addition to any room. With its classic, minimalist style and solid pine and high-grade MDF construction, it is both reliable and fashionable. The simple circular drawer handles give the piece a subtle accent to it, while the two upper drawers are perfect for smaller pieces of clothing such as socks and the four lower drawers can store anything from tees to jeans. This mid century modern dresser effortlessly complements a variety of styles, such as transitional and modern, so it can easily be incorporated into any room. It is also sustainably harvested from renewable forests, making it a great choice for anyone looking for an eco-friendly addition to their household. Whether you are looking for a way to keep your clothing items organized or a simple yet stylish way to store your items, this 6-drawer wood dresser is the perfect choice.

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“We have been really happy with our purchase so far. The assembly was pretty simple. We did use a drill (very carefully) because it wouldn’t have been as sturdy had we just used a screwdriver. The drawers aren’t as sturdy as most pieces of furniture we have had before, but this dresser was also a fraction of the cost. We just make sure we shut the drawers carefully. I’m pleased with the look and would order this again!” – Amazon Customer (Source: Amazon)

“Every single review with a picture is boasting. Do not believe anyone who says this was easy to assemble. I assembled this dresser by myself with just a screwdriver and a hammer and it took me 7 hours.First of all, this thing comes in a heavy box that is filled with wooden planks. Absolutely nothing is pre-assembled, so you will have to fasten all the screws manually. The kicker: the wood planks do not have pre-drilled holes, so I had to use full force to squeeze drills into their respective un-drilled planks using a handheld Phillips head screwdriver. In retrospect, I should have used a power drill — the manual said not to, so I didn’t.A bit about the wood — these panels are not made of solid wood. They are much thinner (approx. 2-in) strips that have been glued together and cleverly stained to look continuous from a distance. So, if you are screwing into a point where two planks meet using a screwdriver (don’t), you’ll have to plunge your entire body weight into the tip of the screwdriver while twisting clockwise just to get the screw to catch.I would absolutely not recommend that you assemble this yourself unless you are incredibly patient and frankly masochistic. Two things I would have changed: get someone to help out, use power tools.” – David Chen (Source: Amazon)