Filing & Office Cabinets

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Bajada White File CabinetBajada White File Cabinet
Wynkoop Blue File CabinetWynkoop Blue File Cabinet

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Wynkoop Blue File Cabinet

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Archway ConsoleArchway Console


Archway Console

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Wind Oak File Cabinet Wind Oak File Cabinet


Wind Oak File Cabinet

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Arlington House Credenza

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Sparrow & Wren Jacobsen File CabinetSparrow & Wren Jacobsen File Cabinet
Monterosa Natural File CabinetMonterosa Natural File Cabinet
Split Oak File CabinetSplit Oak File Cabinet


Split Oak File Cabinet

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James Combo FileJames Combo File

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James Combo File

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Hermes Accent CabinetHermes Accent Cabinet

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Hermes Accent Cabinet

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Water Mill Gray File CabinetWater Mill Gray File Cabinet
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If you’ve ever worked in an office, chances are you’re familiar with filing cabinets. With the ever-increasing number of remote work opportunities, more filing cabinets are finding their way into home offices. Even if your job doesn't require holding onto documents, a filing cabinet is crucial for storing anything from bills to report cards. Read on to discover the best fit for your needs.

Not all filing cabinets are created equal. There are multiple varieties to choose from. Think about what you're using your cabinet for to determine which type you need.

Lateral filing cabinets are short, wide, and low to the ground. Their purpose is to store legal and letter-sized documents that are arranged side-to-side. Typically, these cabinets feature one to three drawers.

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