The big dresser stands too high for all but the older and taller kids. It’s a gently curving tower to house all your treasures, your supplies for work, perhaps even your clothes. Delicate carvings adorn a side panel as well as the two door-fronts. The gracefully woven top railing sits as a tiara of natural woods. The dressers have top and bottom sections which can be used separately if desired. Stacked, they stand four and a half feet tall and three feet wide. The two drawers of the bottom section and the three on the right side of the top section are normal, deep drawers for clothing or larger items. The two tall doors of the top section cover a storage area with a set of shelves about four inches deep. Around the left side of the top section there are more drawer trays and another storage cabinet. The five trays which are meant to be taken to a work area and the small cabinet space are 5” deep. Four inches from the front and five inches from the side do not account for the volume of the whole cabinet … Behind the trays and the cabinet area on the left side lies a large hidden compartment. With a little knowledge of basic geometry (parallels and diagonals) you will be able to manipulate the key and uncover this compartment.