One of my favourite pieces of furniture is this one-of-a-kind chest drawer. I bought it from a British Heart Foundation furniture store because I wanted to add a splash of colour to my room, and this drawer was perfect for the job. According to the product catalogue, this drawer was made with sawmill leftovers and scrap wood in the back board. This made me feel even better about supporting a cause to use responsibly sourced recycled or renewable materials. 

This drawer was used to store clothing, particularly socks, and other items that I would not normally hang in a closet. They are typically used in bedrooms for this purpose, but I can use it to store anything that will fit inside and can be placed anywhere in my house or elsewhere. Furthermore, my various personal sundry items are frequently stored in a chest of drawers.

This Nordic themed 11 drawer chest adds a quirky, one-of-a-kind style to my room while providing plenty of useful storage space. It complements the ambient of my room, my clothes, and my living space. It’s a white chest drawer with various sized drawers, each with a different textured finish.The white/distressed effect chest adds a unique style to my bedroom d├ęcor with Scandi-style pine legs and three different styles of metal and wood handles.

This layout of the chest of drawers reminds me of Grid Layout in HTML with rows and columns. This demonstrates how we can build the layout of our websites in various patterns. A two-column layout with a header and footer, for example, or a layout with as many boxes as will fit before moving to the next row, and so on.