Feyre's dresser is an old wood dresser that contains a small number of clothes. Situated in the room that she shares with her sisters in the cottage, it has three drawers, each painted by Feyre with different symbols: flowers for Elain, flames for Nesta, and the night sky for herself.

History

Two years before the events of A Court of Thorns and Roses, when Feyre was only 17, Elain bought her three cans of paint - blue, red, and yellow - which Feyre used to paint every surface of their cottage, including the old wood dresser she shared with her sisters. For every drawer, she painted something that would symbolize each sister's personality. On the first drawer, she painted flowers for sweet, gentle Elain. On the second, she painted flames for angry and cold Nesta. But when she came to the third drawer she didn't know what to paint. Later she painted the night sky for herself. In A Court of Mist and Fury she discovers why she painted that specific thing for herself. Two years before, when Rhysand was having visions of a human woman that painted flowers on a table, Feyre, he decided to send her back the image that brought him joy the most, the starry night sky.

Feyre often complains that her sisters never thanked her or made a comment about the paintings on the dresser she made for them.

Feyre painting the dresser. (Art by whimsicalillustration)

Trivia

  • In A Court of Frost and Starlight Elain baked a cake for Feyre's birthday, each layer decorated. The first with flowers, the second with flames, and the third with the night sky.
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