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A photo and dimensions would be helpful. It all depends on your skill level and tools. The top of the dresser can become the top of the bench. The dresser can be cut down to proper height and have top refastened.. Maybe throw the bottom portion and add new feet - leaving a drawer for storage.
if your dresser is made out real wood you could use each corner block for the benchlegs them the flat parts to creat the cover. Just an idea (feel free to share a picture of the dresserif needed more)
Here is a tutorial I found.