Sunday, February 28, 2010

Best Modern Desks&Cabinets

    jay desk + hutch
    Small wonders. A roll-out extension doubles your work space. Top with the hutch for extra storage. Wood construction.

    T desk chair
    Comfortable seating with a contemporary slant; chromed metal base raises, lowers, swivels and rolls on five casters.

    swivel leather desk chair
    Sleek, supportive seating for the home office. Luxe Italian leather, wrapped over an adjustable chromed-metal frame on five sturdy rolling casters for easy movement.

    tubular desk chair
    Cushioned gray wool felt seat swivels on a height adjustable, black nickel base.

    bond file cabinets
    Substantial storage for files and office supplies. Wood construction. Oak veneer.

    classic lateral + mobile file cabinets
    Simple, traditional office storage in substantial wood construction. Assembly required.
    lateral cabinet: Two large file drawers hold both letter and legal files.

    metal-leg file cabinet + cubby
    Contemporary storage with top drawer for office supplies, bottom for hanging letter or legal files. Wood construction, with polished-nickel drawer pulls and legs. Cubby: Stylish open storage with an adjustable shelf.

    wide 2-drawer + rolling file cabinets
    Rolling file cabinet: Roomy upper supply drawer; letter-size hanging files fit below. Rolls beneath desk for compact storage. Five casters, two locking. Wood construction.

    cadman file cabinet

    Two upper drawers hold stationery and supplies; bottom drawer holds letter/legal files. Four removable casters (two locking). Assembly required.

    morgan mobile file cabinet

    Stow supplies in upper drawer, letter or legal files below. Five casters (two locking). Fully assembled.

    morgan lateral file cabinet

    Extensive storage for letter or legal files. Two drawers open on smooth extension glides. Assembly required.

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