Today's featured workspace is in a student's bedroom, hit with a double whammy of restrictions — limited space and heavy-handed rules on what can be done to it.
Lifehacker reader Lewis Pratt is an English university student. He rents a little room that, thanks to UK renting laws, has to stay almost entirely the way it was when he moved in. Nonetheless he's managed to carve out a little space in a nook beside the back wall for a workspace and add some character to the room with a shelf sub-lit with LEDs and supported by folded magazines.
Although the room is small he does have the benefit of a spacious closet area — the door is seen behind his computer desk — to pack the items that see infrequent use. Good secondary storage is a huge boon to life in a small apartment, rented room or dorm. Hit up his Flickr set at the link below for some additional photos of his bedroom and storage.
Brick and Plaster: An English Student's Workspace [Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell Pool]