Lexington dresser, they are usually made of the same material and format as the rest of the furniture. When the model is about one meter tall, the lid is usually straight and above it you can locate objects that you want to have in view: vases, vases, picture frames, television or stereo. If the height is higher, the termination is usually a curved molding. In this case it is about the so-called colonial models. Most of the cupboards created after the 60’s were made with block bases. That is to say, they did not differ from the furniture.
Previously, there were models with different types of leg, which varied according to the time and style of the equipment. For example, the English with the cabriole leg or the French Art Deco with long legs. There were also the Americans of the 50s, with curved feet with bronze tips. The moderns, on the other hand, seek greater practicality and space saving. Therefore, many have wheels that, in addition to giving them a dynamic appearance, facilitate their transfer.
The elevation and the bar are not found in all designs. In the first case, it is located on the top of the piece of furniture and is usually used to show off elements. Sometimes they also have a showcase and a mirror. As for the bar, it is a practical resource. In some designs it is hidden behind a revolving door. Glasses, glasses and bottles are located in compartments specially designed for that purpose.