I bet you’d agree that dressers are wonderful. They give us places to hide away our clothing, valuables, and other random things our houseguests don’t need to see. However, there is one challenge dressers often pose for us. They’re blocky and take up space.
In a world where space efficiency is quickly becoming the thing to do, wouldn’t it be great to know how to have your space and dresser too? Turns out, if you have second floor rooms and a slanted roof that gives you negative wall space, there is a way to build your dresser into your wall. It is a pretty simple process that gives you all the benefits of drawers, as well as adds move to walk around in your room.
Sarah Schneider shared how one such dresser was placed into her upstairs, master bedroom.
The first step was cutting out the wall space. There was no insulation, so they corrected that, and put down some plywood flooring.