Have you heard of Deflecto? There is a good chance that you haven't heard the name, but there is also a good chance that you have used the products they manufacture!
The frame, four drawer cube and nameplate are shown below. The frame is acrylic with a black border, the storage cube is clear, and the nameplate comes in silver and black. I have customized each one to fit with my design studio and I show how I did it below.
Nameplate is decorated with washi tape, rhinestone flourish, paper flower and pearl cabachon.
The faux rhinestone trim comes on a roll and has a self-adhesive back.
The frame is decorated with the same supplies as the nameplate. Washi tape across the top and bottom; the rhinestone flourishes and self-adhesive trim. To complete the graphics for my nameplate and for the frame, I went to the free online SignCreatorat deflecto.com/signcreator. This makes it easy and fun.
I put a removeable cover on the four drawer cube that is made out of cardstock and held together with washi tape. I further embellished it with self-adhesive faux rhinestone trim. (I got it at Michaels one of the dollar bins).
Cut four 6" squares from one 12" piece of patterned cardstock. Make sure the pattern on the paper is going in the right direction, matching up the pattern as well as possible. Refer to photos below to see how they are put together.
Place the assembled cardstock cover over the cube. Apply washi tape on the back side seams to secure. Decorate with the faux rhinestone self-adhesive trim. Here is how it looks after you attach the papers to the cube. You can change it up if you want to!