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Vertical Filing Cabinets:These
filing cabinet is a traditional
style of cabinet that's common
in many offices.The files in a
vertical cabinet are placed from
front to back in the drawer,
with files facing the user. They
hold letter and legal–size
Lateral Filing Cabinets: These
filing cabinet contains drawers
in which files are either placed
in the cabinet from left to
right, facing the side of the
drawer, or are arranged from
front to back in multiple rows.
Many lateral models are designed
to fit underneath work surfaces
and tables for additional
storage and are often paired
with a desk to increase
This style bridges the gap
between traditional and modern.
Pieces feature softened and
rounded lines as opposed to the
stark lines seen in modern
design. Simple and clean lines
with smooth surfaces without any
carving or adornment.
by feminine furniture, muted
colors, milk-paint finishes and
vintage fabrics. Soft, muted
colors showing the wear of time.
Pieces with straight lines,
painted finishes and very little
Very sleek with clean
lines. Generally incorporates
high gloss using whites, greys,
and blacks. A focus on geometry
and angular shapes is a hallmark
of modern design.
Use of a warm nature-inspired
color palette: whites, browns,
blacks, grays, and tans.
Incorporating natural materials,
such as wood, stone, leather,
and various metal finishes,
throughout the decor, is the key
element to Rustic style.
Many ornate shapes and details.
The furniture tends to look
heavy with an heirloom type
quality. Common wood tones are
darker shades of mahogany and