How we like a good versatile piece of furniture. Between the greatest hits From the Ikea catalog we have several examples such as: the stool that becomes a bed or the deluxe multipurpose coat rack. And it is that, when we talk about furnishing an apartment, the space is not usually left over. Thus, something that has traditionally been fundamental in a house, such as a wardrobe, has become for many a non-functional hulk. If you are one of those prefers to opt for storage alternatives such as chests of drawers and donkeys, the Swedish chain has a hybrid proposal.
A few drawers and a bar are basic when creating a dressing room, however, a piece of furniture with these elements does not have to be synonymous with a wardrobe, just like They also don’t have to exist as two separate modules…
In fact, joining and compacting a chest of drawers and a donkey is great at Ikea. It is a different proposal that is also characterized by its design of classic and simple lines and that makes it combine perfectly with the rest of the furniture in the house. Be this as it is.
Uniting the best of two worlds: the open concept, which allows you to see and have your clothes close at hand; and the closed one to protect what we store there, gives us as a result a piece of furniture like Nordli, which allows us to create personalized solutions that are wide, low or at different heights, according to available space.
Chest of 3 drawers, white, 80×192 cm
In addition, thanks to its appearance modern and clean lines, it looks good anywhere. It is ideal both to store and to show your favorite clothes. There are many different combinations and sizes, but this one with three drawers is one of the simplest.
Eye, in addition, to the detail that it has on the bar and in the form of hook to hang accessories, such as necklaces and scarves, for example. In addition, small boxes can fit on the surface of the chest of drawers in which to continue storing and other belongings.
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