The big reveal: Open the front of this handsome Japanese cherrywood cabinet, roll the two sides apart on their wheels, and the daring interior surprises with its technicolor display. In 1961, Finn Juhl designed this cabinet for his wife’s glove collection, but the ten drawers certainly lend themselves to endless accessory-storage options. An extraordinary tribute to streamlined design and the use of color. Finn Juhl is represented in MoMA’s collection. Made in Japan of cherrywood and brass.