Work Station

Published on May 27th, 2009 | by Jules IKEAHacker


Closet computer desk

Leenya fits her office into an armoir. Close the door and the clutter disappears.

She says, “It involves the Leksvik armoir that my husband and I tailored into a computer ‘office’. It provides more flexibility than the Alve Computer Desk and it works with our decoration.” Two other boards were fitted in to provide additional storage and space for a printer. A rolling computer keyboard shelf is attached underneath the main shelf.

See Leenya’s computer desk in a wardrobe.

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4 Responses to Closet computer desk

  1. ccna says:

    Hey, you have a great blog here! I’m definitely going to bookmark you!

  2. Anonymous says:

    How depressing.

    I could not possibly work in an environment that crowded.

    Throw it out and start again.

  3. maxwell says:

    Hi, Leenya. I could see you put a lot of effort in putting up that IKEA inspired setup. It’s a great example of to each his own. I got drawn by these wonderful pictures and would want something similar on my computer desks at home . I’m working on a tight budget and any ideas is greatly appreciated. Thanks for this post.

  4. Rerun says:

    Interesting idea and obviously useful if you do not have a lot of space, but I would feel cramped.

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