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Redditor ksmithbaylor built this gorgeous butcher block and steel pipe workstation, and we love it. Sure, it’s spacious and clean, but hats off to the DIY spirit, and for making it all work, work well, and look good. Here are some more photos of the finished setup.
Alex’s workspace is notable not just because he has a great-looking ultrawide and a spacious desk, but also because everything’s wall-mounted. The display is mounted to a partition wall the cables are run behind, there’s bias lighting everywhere, and yes, his PC is mounted to the wall too, in an acrylic case no less.
Reader Alan is going into surgery soon (best wishes for a speedy recovery!) and wanted a workspace that he could use comfortably while he was out of commission and recovering, but still effective enough to get some work done and do a little gaming. Here’s what he came up with, complete with a quick video tour.
Reader lookitsash saw this floating, wall-mounted workbench from a few years ago and decided to improve on its design in his own home. He did, and then shared it with us, and it looks like a huge improvement.
We’ve been on a kick highlighting simple, clean workspaces these past few weeks, and this one is no exception. Sure, there’s room to spread out and work, but the actual computer setup itself is nice, minimal, and pays tribute to one of our favourite franchises. Just check out the posters — and these additional photos.