GIVEAWAY ALERT: Enter to Win a New Dresser (Valued at Over $2,000)

While often overlooked, a dresser is possibly one of the most important pieces you could have in your bedroom. Not only does it hold various items that have no place in your closet — socks, pajamas, that sweatshirt from camp you can’t bear to get rid of but probably should, certain unmentionables — but it’s often the focal point of every bedroom. The way the dresser is styled can take a bedroom from drab and average to chic and stylish.

Arhaus is an industry leader for unique, high quality, and gorgeous furniture and decor. Not only are their pieces gorgeous, but they’re also made out of sustainable materials like recycled natural resources and are committed to never using wood from endangered forests. We also love Arhaus because we want furniture that can be lived in. Many of the pieces at Arhaus include functional elements like washable slipcovers and are created for everyday use. Plus, there’s a seriously good sale going on right now.

 

We are partnering with Arhaus to give away a stunning Henley Wide Dresser, valued at over $2,ooo, to one of our readers!

 

To enter, visit the Arhaus site, take a look around and comment below, sharing where you’d use your new dresser. One lucky winner will be announced on August 16, 2018! Arhaus employees and their family members are not eligible.

 

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It was incredibly difficult for our team to select only one dresser (this grey one is beyond beautiful, this one makes an incredible statement, and this timeless piece is perfect if you’re short on space), but ultimately we thought the Henley Wide Dresser was incredibly versatile and would look good in any home. To show how versatile this piece is, we’ve styled it three different ways — one for every personality and aesthetic. So whether your home is more eclectic or a little more classic, check out our style inspiration below.

 

 

 

 

 

Giveaway ends August 15, 2018 at 11:59 PM CST.

This post was in partnership with Arhaus, but all of the opinions within are those of The Everygirl editorial board.

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