Today's featured workspace is an example of how you don't have to spend a fortune to have a fun and functional workspace with a solid dose of style.
Obviously Apple products don't come cheap, so we'll discount the present of a nice big gorgeous and pricey Apple screen as part of the total cost of the space. The rest of the space is composed of simple and inexpensive items like an IKEA Vika Gruvan desktop and a comically large clothespin for temporally stashing important papers.
A bedroom corner that serves as my home office. IKEA's VIKA GRUVAN lets me keep my tools of the trade for easy access under the glass desktop. The farther half holds type specimen books and magazines. The large clip is for bills/papers that need urgent attention. The fliptop picture holder holds a monthly calendar and my various cheat sheets for easy flipping.
The unified colour scheme and the attention to personal details like the inclusion of artwork and personal effects highlighted by small LED spotlights really make the small space appear interesting and larger than it is.
White Spaces and LEDs [Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell Pool]