Work Station Wall+mount+desk

Published on July 17th, 2009 | by Jules Yap


This is no wallflower

Chuck Herren goes for the floating desk. I really love stuff off the floor though there is a fear (an unfounded one though) that it may come crashing down in the dead of the night. Nonetheless, I am sure Chris did a great job securing his desk to the wall.

This is made from two Pronomen countertops measuring 49 5/8 x 25 5/8″.

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10 Responses to This is no wallflower

  1. Anonymous says:

    How is this attached to the wall?

  2. Les is more says:

    Just checked my site. 49 bucks for the same counter, exact dimensions, is 99$ dollars in Canada. nice hack, but too rich for my blood!

  3. Anonymous says:

    That’s pretty cool! I am also curious to know how it was attached to the wall. Any insights on how it was done?

  4. Anonymous says:

    What brackets/supports were used?

  5. adrin says:

    What a great idea!!

    Work from home

  6. majeral says:

    I need a handyman/person who can make these things for me. I know how many things are done I just don’t have the strength in my arms anymore..
    Any one in San Marcos Texas?

  7. LOVEtheSite says:

    Anonymous said…

    Pronomen countertops have been discontinued.

    Just checked at my store they have them in stock.
    Plus does it matter?
    The point is it a Very Cool Hack that I am sure could be done with something similar.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Pronomen countertops have been discontinued.

  9. Bookcases says:

    Space saving…good concept and idea.

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