10 Best Kids' Armoires & Dressers

List Updated November 2020

Bestselling Kids' Armoires & Dressers in 2020


Little Guy Comfort 4013618 Milk Wardrobe, Large, White

Little Guy Comfort 4013618 Milk Wardrobe, Large, White
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Extremely spacious, behind the left door there are two hidden shelves with a clothes rail
  • On the right side, you can find five shelves for baby clothes
  • Light, Functional and original Furniture.
  • Meets all ASTM and CPSC USA safety standards.
  • Non-toxic finish meets all children's safety requirements. Safe laminated rails make cleaning easier and resist moisture and moisture related molds and bacteria.
  • Dimensions: 20 x 35 x 71 inches (Weight: 141 LBS)

South Shore 2-Shelf Storage Unit with Drawers, Pure White

South Shore 2-Shelf Storage Unit with Drawers, Pure White
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • PRACTICAL STORAGE: With a combination of 3 deep drawers and 2 large open shelf spaces, this shelving keeps your baby essentials easily accessible in a hurry.
  • SIMPLE, MODERN STYLE: The tall, narrow shelf unit is ideal for smaller nurseries and kids rooms, offering a stylish storage solution that blends with any contemporary decor.
  • PREMIUM FINISH: The storage drawers are finished with smooth glide metal slides and strong, robust wooden knobs for a high quality finish that will enhance any room.
  • ECO-FRIENDLY: Made in North America with non-toxic laminated particleboard, this piece of furniture meets or exceeds all North American safety standards.
  • 5-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY: Shop with confidence knowing that we proudly stand behind this piece of furniture with a full 5-year limited warranty. Assembly is required.

Sauder Pogo 3-Drawer Chest, L: 30.079" x W: 19.370" x H: 47.008", Soft White Finish

Sauder  Pogo 3-Drawer Chest, L: 30.079
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Soft White finish.
  • This item is eligible for free replacement parts. Contact Amazon Customer Service for more information.

Guidecraft Dress Up Cubby Center – White: Toddler's Clothing and Shoes Armoire, Dresser with Mirror & Side Hooks - Kids' Room Furniture and Costume Storage

Guidecraft Dress Up Cubby Center – White: Toddler's Clothing and Shoes Armoire, Dresser with Mirror & Side Hooks - Kids' Room Furniture and Costume Storage
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020

Guidecraft Castle Dramatic Play Storage: Themed Dresser with Mirror and Safe Hooks, Dress Up Armoire for Kids - Toddlers Costume Organizer, Children Playroom Furniture

Guidecraft Castle Dramatic Play Storage: Themed Dresser with Mirror and Safe Hooks, Dress Up Armoire for Kids - Toddlers Costume Organizer, Children Playroom Furniture
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Castle-themed storage center offers an organized and beautiful place for your little hero to keep his pretend-play items and dress up clothes.
  • 8 plastic hooks provide plenty of hanging storage for costumes and accessories, and a nylon strap for storing swords, belts and wands.
  • Additional storage in the three cubbies and on top of the tower, and a full size mirror for dramatic play.
  • Material: Engineered wood, plywood with a protective UV finish.
  • Assembled Dimensions: 43"H x 42"W x 20"D. Assembly: Follow the simple step-by-step pictorial instructions

Guidecraft Dress Up Vanity – White: Dresser, Armoire with Storage Bins and Mirror for Kids, Toddlers Playroom Organizer, Children Furniture

Guidecraft Dress Up Vanity – White: Dresser, Armoire with Storage Bins and Mirror for Kids, Toddlers Playroom Organizer, Children Furniture
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020

Guidecraft Dress Up Carousel – Pastel: Wooden Wardrobe for Kids, Pretend Play Round Storage Station with Hooks

Guidecraft Dress Up Carousel – Pastel: Wooden Wardrobe for Kids, Pretend Play Round Storage Station with Hooks
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020

18 Inch Doll Closet Wish Crown | Doll Clothes Storage Furniture Armoire | Fits 18" American Girl Doll Clothes - Storage for 18 Inch Doll Clothes

18 Inch Doll Closet Wish Crown | Doll Clothes Storage Furniture Armoire | Fits 18
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Made to fit 18 Inch dolls such as American Girl, Madame Alexander, Our Generation, etc.
  • Boutique style high quality painted wooden storage furniture. Matching collection available (bunk beds, table and chairs and storage chest)
  • Internal rod for hanging clothes, 3 white wooden hangers included, notched for clothing. Easy open front doors with curtains
  • Fully functioning bottom drawer for storing shoes and accessories
  • Ships flat in plain brown packaging (no surprise spoilers) requires easy assembly (instructions included)

Little Guy Comfort 4013917 Spot Children’s Convertible Dresser with Changing Table, Large, Acasia

Little Guy Comfort 4013917 Spot Children’s Convertible Dresser with Changing Table, Large, Acasia
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020

Little Guy Comfort 4019888 Fino Children’s Dresser, Large, White and Blue

Little Guy Comfort 4019888 Fino Children’s Dresser, Large, White and Blue
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020

Ways We’ve Made Cheap Furniture Work in Our Home

Whether it’s at estate sales, garage sales, or just set out on the curb with the trash, we have ample opportunity to sift through a variety of great pieces that would work to furnish our home cheaply.

Living in the Chicago suburbs, we find all sort of great furniture buys, often for just pennies on the dollar. Whether it's at estate sales, garage sales, or just set out on the curb with the trash, we have ample opportunity to sift through a variety of great pieces that would work to furnish our home cheaply. And while you might think that just because these options might be discarded pieces from others they might be trash, this doesn't mean that over the years we haven't found ways to turn this trash into treasure.

A little bit of upholstery work

I'd never tried re-upholstering something until just recently. We were in need of a few chairs for our dining room table, and we had a couple old junkers stored at the in-laws' garage. The chairs themselves were fine structurally, but the seat cushions were heavily worn. Finding a box of upholstery tacks we had from my wife's grandfather's house, and buying two dollars worth of new fabric (since we only needed two chairs re-covered) at a nearby crafts store, we tackled the job.

We removed the old cushion fabric which was held on with staples, cut our new fabric to fit, stretched it tautly over the cushion, folding and trimming the corners and edges as needed, and re-tacked the fabric. The chairs looked great, fit with our décor, and better yet, only cost us a buck a piece and a little elbow grease to redo.

A fresh coat of paint can work wonders

It's amazing what a coat of paint can do. Whether it's a pint of fresh paint or a can or two of rust-covering spray paint, we've used paint as a way to turn trash back to treasure. Most recently, it took me just a couple bottles of spray paint to take my in-laws' faded and paint-peeled metal outdoor couch and lawn chair and convert them to "like new" again. And a little time spent with a paintbrush has turned an old cabinet from my wife's grandmother into our bedroom entertainment center and an old wicker basket with lid into a nice indoor/outdoor coffee table for just a few dollars worth of paint.

Some sanding and a little wood oil

One of my favorite pieces -- a small vintage side-table with protective cut-glass top cover and ornate lion's head pull handle drawer -- I found sitting out with someone's trash one day. Its top lacquer veneer was peeling badly, the glass top was filthy, and the pullout drawer was stuck. It only took an hour or two though to sand the top down and oil it with wood oil, which darkened the wood without any more lacquer. I then sanded down the inside edges of the drawer so that it opened and closed easily, and I cleaned the glass top. This allowed it to retain its vintage look without altering the piece dramatically, and better yet, only cost me about $1 in sandpaper, wood oil and glass cleaner.

A simple cover

Sometimes a piece is still intact structurally but is just too far gone or too much work to refinish. In such a situation, a simple table cloth over covering could do the trick. Since we have a small condo, we sometimes do this with an old card table we have, using it as a side table of sorts when extra guests are over. We also use a couch cover on our vintage sofa, not due to the looks of the sofa (it's actually very nice), but because with a six-year-old and a baby, we'd like to avoid spills and stains that could damage or ruin the upholstery fabric.

Sometimes nothing at all

Sometimes a little scruff on our stuff adds character. Personally, I like some indication of age on certain pieces since it tends to add to their look and give them a little texture. Old paint colors, old finishes, scratches and dings, a little rust or whatever can tell a story about the piece and give it that true vintage look. Pieces like an antique dresser we use in our living room to hold games and DVDs, a set of coffee, flour, tea, and sugar containers in our kitchen, and a vintage bathroom scale are just a few items in which we apply the "do nothing" look, and it works perfectly.

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