There’s just something really attractive about the idea of integrating a desk into a bookshelf. Sure, you’ll lose some shelving space, but the efficient storage and discreet work area in combination is a small space dweller’s dream. Being surrounded by books at arm’s length is also a plus. While many of us do not have the luxury of a separate study, converting a bookshelf into a desk+work area could be the next best thing…
Finding enough space to fit your computer desk isn’t always easy, especially if you don’t have a lot of space available for this. It’s always a challenge, but we found Jessica’s solution quite elegant.
Shelving is one of the things that can be easily improved in any home. It’s something that most people just forget because we all have so much to store. You can either get rid of your extra things, if there are any, or you can just get new and improved shelving to remedy the clutter situation. That’s why I found this bookshelf really interesting. It’s great to store all of your books, DVDs, CDs, and multimedia items, while still retaining a unifying theme. Read on to find out more.
Bill Geerhart writes letters to serial killers and powerful politicians posing as a ten year old, asking for advice on whether he should drop out of school. They all responded. I liked Clarence Thomas’ response the best. Dick Cheney’s wasn’t bad either. Arnold Schwarznegger’s was a bit of a let down. (via cf)
In the late ’90s, pop-culture historian Bill Geerhart had a little too much time on his hands and a surfeit of stamps. So, for his own entertainment, the then-unemployed thirtysomething launched a letter-writing campaign to some of the most powerful and infamous figures in the country, posing as a curious 10-year-old named Billy.