Timeless form and function combine with this stylish secretary. It features a spacious flip-down work surface and a SmartCenter design with a charging station and built-in power strip. The double doors open to reveal adjustable, sliding printer shelves with metal runners and safety stops. The enclosed back has convenient wire management access, perfect for electronic components, and the rich, black finish complements any transitional palette.
Sauder Woodworking Co. was established in 1934 by Eric Sauder at his home in Ohio. Born in a woodworker’s barn, Sauder quickly grew into an established company. A leader in ready-to-assemble furniture, Sauder’s place in history was solidified in 1953 with his invention of a snap-together table. Sauder is still based in Ohio today and uses the most advanced equipment to make more than 40 collections to ship around the world. Still a family-run business, Sauder also owns Progressive Furniture.
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