Picking the right dresser is mostly about finding a product that fits your preference and can fit in your house. However, you won't land on a one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to storing clothes. You have to hang some and fold some. And, every individual in a family needs one exclusively for themselves.
Instead of cramping the rooms even more by trying to put in a closet in the limited space, you should invest in a space-saving dresser.
Tall dressers take up less area on the floor and can be placed near doors, around a bedroom wall, or in the corners. You can also pick a small but wide model and use the top of it as a nightstand or TV stand, place a mirror over it and use it as a dressing table, or store other things, like books, potted plants, or artwork, on the counter.
However, whichever style you pick, make sure that you get the model with as many drawers and racks as possible. Tall dressers often have less storage space than the wide ones. Triple dressers, however, are quite ideal for rooms that are wide enough.
You can find open-shelf space-saving dressers on the market. They are more suited to store footwear. However, for clothes like pants, sweaters, socks, etc., a closed shelf model is better.
With so many styles obtainable in the stores, you can go for different looks. A vintage trunk, a broad chest, a racket basket, an over door shoe rack or bag rack, and a modular crate. Of course, you should pick a design that suits the aesthetics of your room.
While space saving dressers are mostly wooden and bulky, try to keep your choice as light as possible. You can also look into models with casters, in case you frequently move furniture from one room to another.