|Materials:||Premium grade metal alloy and quality wood|
A lateral file cabinet is designed for hanging files that are normally hung side-to-side rather than front-to-back. A vertical file cabinet is designed for hanging files to be stacked front-to-back. Some file cabinets come with versatile inserts that can be used either way.
Allows you to select your bench based on the type of storage it has.
|By Room||Living Room|
Allows you to choose specific features you want your entryway benches to have.
|Entryway Bench Features||Storage|
This helps define which type of cabinet you will need.
|Accent Cabinet Type||Accent Chests|
Narrow your search of the large selection of products that is offered by filtering by the material that covers the product. This is a way to find the product that fits the style and look that you have in mind.
File Cabinets have various types of filing. The filing type is dependent upon the types or sizes or the documents to be filed. The two main filing types are vertical filing and lateral filing. Vertical filing is where files are stored in the drawer from front to back. Vertical file cabinets tend to be deeper than lateral file cabinets. Lateral filing is where files are stored from left to right. Lateral file cabinets tend to be wider than vertical cabinets and about as deep as a file folder is wide. Roll filing is where large documents, such as blueprints, are rolled and stored standing up or in slots. Flat filing is where documents are simply laid flat in the drawer.
|Filing Type||Lateral Filing|
|Mfr Part #|
|Category||Entryway Benches - 1100|
|Style||Rustic - 119|