The Brilliant Cord-Wrangling Workstation For Two

The Brilliant Cord-Wrangling Workstation For Two

It’s hard enough to keep one workstation’s mishmash of cables and cords out of sight. This home office manages to corral those cables for two computers — resulting in a clean and aesthetically pleasing space for two.

Flickr user blupic’s desk is simply a dining table, but there’s a serene, elegant quality to the setup, with the dual monitors and lamps facing each other. The most impressive part is what the underside looks like:

The Brilliant Cord-Wrangling Workstation For Two

These photos were taken years ago, but it’s a timeless lesson on taking advantage of all the hidden space available in your workspace.

Home Office [Flickr]


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    by Ramblin’ Syd (Kenneth Williams)

    Joe, he was a young cordwangler,
    Munging greebles he did go,
    And he loved a bogler’s daughter
    By the name of Chiswick Flo.

    Vain she was and like a grusset
    Though her gander parts were fine,
    But she sneered at his cordwangle
    As it hung upon the line.

    So he stole a woggler’s mooly
    For to make a wedding ring,
    But the Bow Street Runners caught him
    And the judge said “He will swing.”

    Oh, they hung him by the postern,
    Nailed his mooly to the fence
    For to warn all young cordwanglers
    That it was a grave offence.

    There’s a moral to this story,
    Though your cordwangle be poor,
    Keep your hands off other’s moolies,
    For it is against the law.



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