IKEA hemnes dresser review is a piece of furniture that has a long history. The current versions adapt to the contemporary lifestyle. Although they passed their times of glory, the dressers continue to occupy a place in home life. The models of today are not the same as they were used in the past, but they keep the practicality of the traditional versions. Experts say that it is about equipment that was used since ancient times. The oldest were, in reality, bunkers or low cupboards.
You can still find models of the Renaissance (sixteenth century). In some cases they were of oak, very worked, with carvings or marquetry, and could reach up to 3m high. At the beginning of the 20th century, it became common to use sets of two sideboards (one large, the other, smaller) and a showcase. Over time, the environments were reduced and there was a single one (in general, with straighter lines). Around the 60s, the modular ones appeared. As the name implies, they were made by modules; they included a sector to locate TV.
The main utility of all these models was to offer a place to store the elements that could not be seen. In general, when a couple got married, they received gifts of crockery of more than 100 pieces, different types of glasses (as many as drinks existed) and quantities of tablecloths, without forgetting the varieties of cutlery.