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Phototuts+ reader Joel Vardy spends a lot of time at his computer, so he decided to make it as comfortable as possible. I think he succeeded! After his workspace was featured on Lifehacker (The Luxury Loft Desk) he wrote a detailed post on his blog explaining how he made it. Here’s a quote:
I wanted a big desk, something which would have my laptop, screens, mouse and keyboard and still have enough space to spread out papers and notes. I also wanted a double bed, yeah a lot to ask in a room with only eight square metres of floor space.
When a building needs a lot of space they build vertically, my room has a high ceiling, so I realized that was the only way I was going to get a big desk and have room to relax.
I didn’t want to just buy a loft bed, because I wanted a desk which was made for the space, something which didn’t have gaps between it and the wall, the only solution was to make a custom desk and bed.
I started off by putting together a list of the things I dislike in an office, the biggest dislikes for me are small desks where there is no space to work. I then looked around the web for inspiring and cool ideas. Some great places I found were Lifehacker and DeviantART.
Thanks for sharing, Joel.
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