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5-Drawer Beech Chest of Drawers

  • 5 spacious drawers provide ample room for all bedroom essentials
  • Drawers run on smooth on all-metal roller glides
  • Available in 5 color options
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Assembly Required
Assembly Required
No Additional Features
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Top Material
Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Replacement for damaged/defective parts only within one year of purchase.

Product Overview

The HODEDAH Five Drawer Chest is a simple yet functional piece to add to your bedroom. With its contemporary styling you can choose according to your decor, as this chest is available in multiple finishes. It is manufactured entirely out of wood which it makes it durable for many years. The HODEDAH Chest has five drawers and provides ample storage space accommodating all your clothes perfectly. Each drawer has sufficient support under them to handle extra weight, making the drawers sturdy. Up the drama by topping this simply chic chest with an abstract sculpture and large framed family photos.
  • Support under each drawer to handle extra weight
  • Metal drawer glides
  • Use alone or combine with matching bedroom collection pieces
  • Available in beech, cherry, mahogany, black and white
  • Assembled dimensions: 47.3 in. H x 31.5 in. W x 14.6 in. D
  • Hardware and manual included which makes set up fast and easy
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  • California residents

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Questions & Answers


What are the dimensions of this item. If it’s posted I missed it.

Asked by Tj July 19, 2020

What kind of wood is used?

Asked by Dianne June 15, 2020

It is made of wood and Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF).

Can i get this put togethet

Asked by Eleanor June 12, 2019

Yes not to hard no power tools needed

Is the drawer really only 3 1/8 long or is that meant to read 13 1/8?

Asked by STEPHEN April 14, 2019

The dimensions are 47.3 in. H x 31.5 in. W x 14.6 in. D.

Is the suppose inside the drawers that holds up stuff cardboard or fake wood?

Asked by Hayba March 13, 2019

How can I choose the black finish on this site and then add to my cart?

Asked by Cdrake January 21, 2018

This is solid wood? Or particle board? What are the drawer bottoms made of? Are the drawer glide...

Asked by Paul January 10, 2018

It was a lil difficult the first one but bybthe second dresser i put together I was a professional. Haha. Good and sturdy.

is it really manufactured out of solid wood as said in description ? What about drawer bottoms - ...

Asked by KentN January 9, 2018

Yes, this is manufactured out of solid wood.

Customer Reviews

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Drawer holes are drilled too wide for the handles.
Drawer holes are drilled too wide for the handles.
by dontbuy
5 people found this helpful
the handles on this is cheap most of mine broke when I was putting it together
by sonya
Very cute. This dresser looks great in my daughters...
Very cute. This dresser looks great in my daughters room. It holds a lot of clothes and matches everything. Assembly was a beast as it came with so many small pieces. My husband, who normally puts things together fast, took a long time.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Cheap material and poor design....
Cheap material and poor design.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
My daughter is enjoying the chest of drawers it’s very...
My daughter is enjoying the chest of drawers it’s very sturdy Thanks A Kela Bryson
by HomeDepotCustomer
it was easy to put is spacious....
it was easy to put is spacious.
it came with a chip on the side of the...
it came with a chip on the side of the drawer
by n30
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
by hope
Terrible Trash
I opened the box and wow! I was surprised. I thought I might be opening up the pieces to build the Great Pyramid of Giza! With particles of styrofoam that flakes infinitely. I think I heard the weather man talking about 2 inches of styrofoam in my living room for the day I was supposed to assemble this. He was for once, 100% right. 2 inches of styrofoam particles that would take me years to vacuum. There's about 45000 pieces of cheap, fake wood. The instructions show me steps that are in 15 different directions, like step 1 for example. It's showing where to put things, and step 2 shows what you had to do before you put all those pieces together! Nice! I love back tracking when following numbered steps. Get ready to take the instructions to the same lab that measures atoms, as the pictures and holes in the illustrations are microscopic. I've found a new molecule that's smaller than the atom, and that's the illustrations shown on how to build this dresser. I knew aliens built the pyramids... but didn't know that they also printed the steps required to assembling this dresser. Humans will study these instructions for decades to come... trying to figure out how these people had the technology to illustrate such large steps, in such small sizses on a piece of paper. Be ready to hire half of home depot to align each panel and insert these cheap wood panels together without enlarging the holes that each tab has to be inserted to. I tried to do this by myself, and quickly realized that after hiring the sufficient amount of personnel required to assemble this, it would cost me about $15,436 in labor. I think that's a scam, as the panels were made by material that probably cost "Hodedah" 14 cents to create. You'd assume that if they had the technology to write those instructions, they would also have the technology to create better quality panels. I think this whole entire dresser is a prank. I'm sure if you do get to put it together without the materials disintegrating into another dimension, it would look nice. Good luck friends who decided to roll the dice on this one.
by Kris
1 person found this helpful
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