The stealth home office

The old-fashioned secretary is making a comeback as consumers look for ways to organize home offices in compact spaces and hide everything when not in use. The Eastman secretary from <a href="http://www.ballarddesigns.com">Ballard Designs</a> has a drop-down front panel as a work surface, and the bottom drawer is a mini filing cabinet that can accommodate letter- or legal-size files. It's $649 in brown, shown here, black or cream.<br>
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The old-fashioned secretary is making a comeback as consumers look for ways to organize home offices in compact spaces and hide everything when not in use. The Eastman secretary from Ballard Designs has a drop-down front panel as a work surface, and the bottom drawer is a mini filing cabinet that can accommodate letter- or legal-size files. It's $649 in brown, shown here, black or cream.

To see more shopping stories or to learn about sales, store openings and more, click to our gallery The Scout, updated regularly with home and garden news for Southern California.

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