The designers, husband and spouse design group of Wary Meyers, discovered this Nineteen Twenties veneer dresser in Maine and, though they didn’t want it for his or her residence, the piece of furnishings had too many lovely particulars and excellent proportions to not be purchased. Having paid $10 for it, the staff reworked the discovered object into a tremendous typographic dresser. Each designers are followers of three dimensional letters, so the French Dresser turned a mixture of 3D lettering, classic design and trendy colors. The primary impulse was to color the letters on, however a second examination satisfied the designers to make use of 3D lettering as an alternative. Impressed by Lou Dorfsman´s CBS typographic wall, the dresser´s typographic facade makes use of French phrases describing the contents of every drawer. Labelling drawers with the content material, it made it straightforward to maintain it organized and the outcome provides character to the ornamental exterior. Such an object can solely deliver admiration and respect.