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Chest of drawers - reasonably priced NOT flat pack

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BrendaSmith56 Sun 09-Apr-17 14:28:44

Any recommendations please for a chest of drawers for teenage dd room ?
Ready built, as don't do well with self assembly.

ImperialBlether Sun 09-Apr-17 14:30:47

How much do you want to spend? Any particular colour?

Stopyourhavering Sun 09-Apr-17 14:34:15

I got these for ds room, they're lovely quality, although not very deep was brilliant , we also bought the wardrobe which they assembled and positioned in room

Also have a look at Cotswold
I'm getting these for our bedroom, they have some good deals on
No flat pack!

ImperialBlether Sun 09-Apr-17 14:35:57

Has she got friends who can help? I found my son and my daughter could put up flatpack furniture with their friends.

SnookieSnooks Sun 09-Apr-17 14:42:16

We just bought some lovely quality stuff from Oak Furniture Land. Or Charity shop, maybe?

BrendaSmith56 Sun 09-Apr-17 16:45:52

I think probably white or light wood. Am worried about how well the drawers will glide if we assemble it ourselves!
Don't want to spend more than about £120 so probably not realistic to have already assembled!

BrendaSmith56 Sun 09-Apr-17 16:47:05

Stopyourhavering. Unfortunately your links don't work smile

JT05 Sun 09-Apr-17 19:20:34

I bought an oak cupboard from a company called Roseland, they've based in Devon. I was a bit wary as it was over the internet and considerably cheaper than others.
It is great, really solid and beautifully made, also it was delivered when they said it would be. Worth a look maybe.

Stopyourhavering Sun 09-Apr-17 20:07:18
BrendaDoes this work?....

BrendaSmith56 Sun 09-Apr-17 20:22:48

Thanks for the replies will have a look at them all.
Yes thanks ... Stop... they work this time!

GordonJacobs Sun 09-Apr-17 22:02:06

Don't you mean 'Chester Draws'? <not helpful>

BrendaSmith56 Sun 09-Apr-17 23:26:54

Lol Gordon

TheRealYellowWiggle Fri 14-Apr-17 20:44:05

Gumtree? I got an ikea chest of drawers for £25, looks new and best bit was someone else built it!

Misty9 Fri 14-Apr-17 22:31:51

Check out local charity shops too - like bhf

oxcat1 Sun 16-Apr-17 22:58:44

Absolutely second the idea of local charity shop or even small ads/Freecycle/eBay. You can pick up a good quality item, ready assembled and possibly wood rather than MDF, but cheap enough that you could leave the teenager to upcycle It themselves, to their desired style. Plenty of ideas on Pinterest, and good for both the planet and your pocket!

Here's one I did just with free wallpaper samples from the local DIY shop. Probably not to anyone else's taste, but it works for me and have this chest another lease of life.

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