Work Station

Published on August 2nd, 2007 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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cook up a work-at-home desk





smul assembled this sleek desk set-up from a kitchen counter top and kitchen cabinets.

“we wanted something that wasn’t so wide but quite long. it also had to be nice looking since we don’t have office space in our apartment and needed to have our computer in the living room. it is actually a kitchen counter top (pronomen) and kitchen wall cabinets (faktum with ärlig doors) that we have built together into a desk and side cabinet. for the end of the countertop that needs legs we used vika kaj and under the cabinets we used capita legs.

desk furnituredesk furniturei like it since we can fit in our files, knick-knacks and even our big printer. even though it is a desk it does not make the room look like an office.”

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7 Responses to cook up a work-at-home desk

  1. Anonymous says:

    Ikea’s kitchen cabinets are soooo versatile. We’ use ‘em as bookshelves also as they’re not as deep as Billys and you have way more size and door choices.

  2. I love this desk! would you be able to send me the information on how you put it together? I mean, this is really neat. good work!!

  3. Blurg says:

    I lovelovelovelovelove this. It makes my heart race.

  4. karen says:

    any suggestions for adding a filing cabinet to this?

  5. smul says:

    what is a filling cabinet?

  6. johanna says:

    i cant see the picture of this, how come?

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