Using a glass desk can be fraught with challenges, especially when you want to keep your work surface clutter-free. Since this desk didn’t come with a keyboard tray, Terry came up with an interesting solution to store his keyboard, mouse, and Trackpad. All in all, the result leaves a lot of free desk real estate, negating the use of another desk to do paperwork and reducing the overall footprint of this workstation.
This PC workstation is minimal and compact, while still oozing with style, thanks to the Steelcase AirTouch desk, that becomes a standing desk with a touch, and the floating monitor. Charles is a self-confessed audiophile, and while not all of his gear is installed, what he has already got is impressive.
If an efficient use of space with a large working surface is your thing, a corner desk setup is where it’s at. Working from a the inside elbow of a corner station, you get the best of both worlds: usable workspace on the left and right! This is particularly useful if you’ve got a dual or multiple system setup, or use one section for computer work, the other for papers and other material items. Being sent to the corner isn’t a bad thing at all as illustrated by today’s DeskTops tour…
If you spend a lot of time in your home office, you’ll have to get organized because working in chaos is possible, but not always conducive to the best results. This is one of the reasons why we like John Rainsford’s setup. It’s organized and it doesn’t take John long to find whatever he is looking for. The overall setup is also quite affordable, which is an advantage.
Name: Pedro Alarcón Ramírez
Location: Málaga, Spain
We often like to look to the personal workspaces of artists and designers for inspiration for our own home. More often than not, there’s always a few ideas to borrow from both the realm of organization and decoration. Pedro Alarcón Ramírez is an artist from Málaga, Spain, and his gorgeous space is an inspiring space filled with color, unique pieces of art, prints, all presented with a capable sense of how to incorporate technology into a home…
Having a multi-functional home office is always a bonus, especially when it can be used as a guest room, living room, and also an office for two. This usually requires space, which is why Garrett Murray turned his master bedroom into a home office for two. The added square footage allowed him to make an expansive setup, for both himself and his wife.