Today's featured workspace uses the very material the workspace is made out of to create ambiance and a sense of space.
The simple components of Shibbopics' home office are used to great effect. The surface of the frosted-glass desk is neat enough on its own, but with the addition of Ikea Dioder LED lights, the desk is transformed from a simple surface to a source of ambient light.
Beside the desk a basic wire-cube storage unit—a staple in many a dorm room—serves double duty as a rack for peripherals and a point of visual interest thanks to the shadows it casts. Under the desk the wires are managed with cable wraps but not too tightly or out of the way that tweaking the setup is a headache. The desk is notably bare of any sort of paper or writing instruments. Who needs a pen when you have akeyboard that appears to levitate on an luminous cloud of awesome? For more pictures of his mood lit and minimalist setup, check out the gallery below.
Purple Moods and Glowing Cubes [Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell]