Four Drawer Vertical File Cabinet

$6,550.00$7,530.00

With drawers closed, the Four Drawer Vertical File Cabinet could easily be mistaken for a small dresser. On a visit to an antique shop, it's common to come across wooden file cabinets salvaged from another age – and the Four Drawer Vertical File embraces that aesthetic. Unlike metal file cabinets popular today, the cabinet is a marvel in heavy-duty construction and as useful now as its antecedents were a hundred years ago. We've designed this beautifully efficient cabinet to withstand similar tests of time. Made of durable, grain-rich North American hardwood, it features a dovetailed top, traditional cabinetmaking joints and ebonized-metal drawer pulls. Four stacked drawers provide exceptional storage in a small space.

Made to Order

Please select from the options below to create a piece made just for you, standard lead times of 10-12 weeks apply.

Cherry
Walnut
 
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Product Information

SKU F1-0002
Dimensions

55″H x 21.1″W x 19.9″L

Wood

Cherry, Walnut

Designer

Tom Moser

Description

The Four Drawer Vertical File achieves a warm, residential aesthetic. The cabinet offers all the accouterments required of a busy office while acknowledging the benefit of beauty in the workplace. Made of durable North American hardwood, the cabinet is distinct for its drawers – with intricate, grained faces that resemble dresser drawers.

The drawers themselves support everyday office work. Designed to house the files of a busy home or professional office, they are fully adjustable to accommodate varying storage needs.

Featuring a solid base that mimics the dimensions of its spacious top, the cabinet rises on either side in uninterrupted planes of grain-matched hardwood. Ideally suited for both a professional workspace and a home office, the Four Drawer Vertical File is our acknowledgment that work and austerity do not need to go hand-in-hand.