The Rustic Reclaimed Wood Workspace

Share

The Rustic Reclaimed Wood Workspace

A large L-shaped desk, propped up by what looks to be a massive tree branch. It’s a perfectly natural, rustic-looking workspace for two.

We don’t have a lot of details on this apparently DIYed desk on life1nmot1on, just photos and inspiration (file cabinets make great desk bases!).

If you have a workspace of your own to show off, share them with us by adding it to our Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell Flickr pool. Make sure any photos you include are at least 640×360. Keeping them to 16:9 helps, too! Include a little text about the stuff you used, how you came up with the design, and any other relevant details. If your clever organization and good design sense catches our eye, you might be the next featured workspace.

Advertisement

Rustic Desk. Reclaimed wood. | Life1nmot1on via Minimal Desks

Lifehacker

Share

The Floating, Hand-Crafted Wood, Triple Monitor Workspace

Share

The Floating, Hand-Crafted Wood, Triple Monitor Workspace

Your desk, bookshelves, and other furniture really don’t need legs, as long as you can bolt them to the wall. That’s the case for this space-saving DIY workspace, with its wall-mounted planks of wood.

Flickr user Jim Palmer set up his triple monitor workspace in his multi-use room (dining room, kitchen, and living room combined). To create his “Hungarian-style desk,” he heavily sanded and coated a local wide-plank Jeffrey Pine wood piece, then hung it from bolted wall mounts made of dense pieces of Lodgepole. The hanging shelves on the right is made of red oak. Besides the natural and rustic-meets-modern look, that custom platform for the desktop computer is pretty neat.

Here’s another look of the space from afar:

Advertisement

The Floating, Hand-Crafted Wood, Triple Monitor Workspace

If you have a workspace of your own to show off, share them with us by adding it to our Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell Flickr pool. Make sure any photos you include are at least 640×360. Keeping them to 16:9 helps, too! Include a little text about the stuff you used, how you came up with the design, and any other relevant details. If your clever organization and good design sense catches our eye, you might be the next featured workspace.

Workspace | Flickr

Lifehacker

Share