1. It's called a bachelors chest, but we're not married to the name. As small bedroom bureaus for singles, spouses, and significant others, these are noteworthy for their elegant traditional styles and beautiful hardwood construction. They've just enough drawers to fall midway between a nightstand and a dresser.
2. Three drawers is the standard, but intended usage should be your shopping guide. Four-drawers with a top drawer divided into two smaller drawers are useful as small dressers. A two-shelf chest makes a stylish, storage-conscious end table. One with a pullout shelf or sliding top is great for late-night reading and drinks, or even as a makeshift laptop desk.
3. A vintage white finish often helps to accentuate the period style of bachelor chest furniture, and the grace and lightness of its small-scale design. Our antique white styles include updated Louis Philippe and charming European cottage.
4. A darker and warmer finish complemented by decorative traditional hardware gives mahogany and cherry bachelors chests a strong standing as bedroom accents. A hardwood one is a beautiful companion for traditional beds such as slender posters with lighter frames.
5. Wood bachelors chests from Brownstone feature open grains with visible patterns, creating a casual, inviting style that's at ease in traditional decors such as rustic and Mission. Their simple ornamentation is a classic rustic touch—minimalist metal drawer handles and hand-carved contours.
6. Our Stanley Furniture bachelor chests are a virtual showcase of traditional European and American furniture. Decorate your bedroom in Sheraton neoclassical, American Craftsman, European farmhouse, British colonial and other classic furniture styles.
7. Furniture distressing is another means to have of lending well-aged beauty to bedroom decor. Our antique shabby chic options include lightly distressed white and distressed hardwood with a handsome black-rubbed finish.