DesignerPeter Bristol Price$1500
If you own a chest of drawers, where do you put your socks in? “In the third left drawer from the top…or was it the third right? Hmmm…” If your answer was something similar, you have serious organization problems! The Training Dresser created by the product designer from Seattle, Peter Bristol, is what you need.
Its drawers are literally shaped like articles of clothing so that you won’t have to think twice about the whereabouts of your garments. Your dresser would no longer be a salad bowl! If it’s the socks you are looking for, they must be in the sock shaped drawer; if you want to wear your soccer shirt, it is bound to be in the shirt shaped drawer! The dresser is crafted fully by hand in Eastern Washington by the crew Mountain View Cabinetry.
The design is simple and sweet, perfect for kids especially. The training dresser comes in two editions – a boy version and a girl version depending on the shape of drawers. Try playing a game, Match the Shapes with your kids and they would love to put away their clothes in the respective drawers all by themselves. Finally, we have a kids’ dresser that won’t get messy!