It’s a clean, white DIY workspace shared by two people. It’s got three floating monitors. It’s got a Hackintosh. And it’s today’s featured workspace.
Take a tour of bestselling and beloved author Haruki Murakami’s office and desk — a workspace filled with memorabilia and lined with about 10,000 vinyl records.
Many homes — especially older ones — have awkwardly narrow rooms. Often these are prime places to put your workspace, even if it takes up the entire width of the room, like in the photo above.
If you love your city (or one you’ve travelled to), an aerial view of it might be the best backdrop for your workstation. Today’s featured workspace showcases awe-inspiring night and day city views.
Many of the most striking workspaces are centered around a custom-made, unique desk — like the one above which utilises a huge butcher’s block as a desk.
There’s one thing today’s featured workspace definitely does not lack: screen real estate. Three 4K monitors provide plenty of room for divvying up browser and program windows.
If you have a wall to spare, a shelving system can make for a great custom workspace. This one is filled with stuff, but still manages to look bright and organised.
We’ve seen workspaces placed under the stairs and ones at the top of the stairs, but this workspace takes the combination further, with a desk literally build into and around the stairs.
Sometimes awkward places are the best spaces for your home office. Today’s featured workspace makes great use of an alcove at the top of the stairs.
Bed-and-desk combos are great for students or anyone else short on space. Today’s featured workspace is an impressive DIY project combining a spacious place to work and room to nap or turn in for the night.