Your desk, bookshelves, and other furniture really don’t need legs, as long as you can bolt them to the wall. That’s the case for this space-saving DIY workspace, with its wall-mounted planks of wood.
Lighting is one of the most important elements of any room. In today’s featured workspace, the lights are decorations and inspiration — fashioned by glass artist and lamp designer Alison Berger.
Planks of wood from pallets and a solid 10-foot wide desk make this home office unique without ruining the minimalist vibe. Best of all, you can share it with your loved one. Awww.
Some people like motivational posters or family photos above their workspace. Not so for Bob Jouy, whose main workspace wall simply showcases the table flipping emoji.
Today’s featured workspace has walls lined with reclaimed wood that Flickr user getthef.ckup collected, dried and sanded, painted, oiled and sanded again. The walls are like art in themselves that way.
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.