Crate & Barrel. Ash wood cabinetry conceals a compact workspace. Hidden assets like a laptop/keyboard/writing desk pullout, file and storage drawers, one adjustable/removable shelf for CPU or open cubbies with cord management cutouts. Printer shelf extends on glides. $999. On the right is the excellent storage ottoman from Ballard Designs. The filing cabinet that doesn't look like a filing cabinet. In addition to a space for filing documents, the bench has an interior pocket holds a portable work-surface and there is a spot to store office supplies. Can be covered in a variety of fabrics for an additional fee. $299+. 2. A simple, inexpensive filing solution from Young House Love. 3. TPS white file cabinet from CB2, $159. 4. Aspvik filing cabinet from IKEA, $199. 5. Lateral files from West Elm, $279+. SECOND ROW 6. Spotlight filing cabinet from Crate & Barrel. $299. 7.Spotlight filing credenza from Crate & Barrel, $599. 8. Martha Stewart's DIY office in a chest. The clever Ms. Stewart has transformed a basic chest into a mini-office and filing system. 9. Bedford lateral file cabinet from Pottery Barn, $499. 10. Whitney cabinet from Pottery Barn, $249. Images: As linked above.