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Democrats reveal an identity crisis by pretending to be what they're not
Topic - Lorna Gross
Traditional home offices tend to have cherry-paneled walls, a solid wood desk with a computer and perhaps a portrait of George Washington on the wall. Times have changed.
Lorna Gross, principal designer and owner of Savant Interior Design in Bethesda, said there are several types of home offices, each with its own design challenge.
Ms. Gross said furniture designers are beginning to make pieces that camouflage their function, such as a buffet in a dining room that hides file drawers or a desk floating behind a sofa in the living room, with storage space for paying bills.