Uses drawer safety stops in all six drawers to protect babies when they start moving on their own. Construction materials meet or exceed all ASTM safety standards. Available in six different colors. Sturdy, with four legs that will keep it upright. Has good longevity.
Pricey. Unit may have a strong chemical smell to it when you unbox it.
Very inexpensive nursery dresser, but it has less storage than other units with only four drawers. Will work as a night stand and dresser combination, potentially saving you some floor space in your nursery. Uses a steel frame and wood top to help with sturdiness.
Very small, so it won't hold many clothes. Fabric drawers can't handle same weight as wood drawers.
Available in three different finish options of ebony, espresso, or white. Comes with a changing pad and a safety strap. Has a lip in the changing table area to keep the baby in place. Uses safety stops on all three drawers when the baby begins moving around. Tip-proof design.
Expensive unit versus others. Finish seems to scratch more easily than it should.
Larger than most nursery dresser options, giving you a lot of storage capacity in the six drawers. Will work as a changing table with a large top area, so it can save you some space in your nursery. Simple design that should fit in most rooms.
Installation requires at least two people because of heavy parts.
Features four spacious drawers and a classic design. Wood build feels reasonably solid, and the materials are ASTM approved. Fits nicely with most nursery decor, as it's available in white, grey, and brown. Comes with clear assembly instructions.
Drawers have the tendency to pop open. Strange odor noted upon arrival that may fade. Takes some time to assemble, but the instructions are helpful.
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Like regular dressers, nursery dressers give you space to hold your baby’s clothing and other belongings. Unlike standard dressers, though, nursery dressers often include features that make them either more versatile or safer for toddlers as they grow. Some nursery dressers have tops that double as changing tables, and can be used to display other items once your baby is potty trained. Others have special safety stops to prevent your baby from pulling the drawer out onto himself once he starts reaching for handles to pull up and walk. No matter what style you choose, be sure to look for dressers that can be tethered to the wall to prevent serious tipping injuries.