Published on March 1st, 2011 | by Jules Yap


Laptop Desk

Materials: VIKA OLEBY Legs, BRODER Shelf

Description: I was looking for a small desk to fit into my studio corner.

This was a really easy assembly. Simply drill the OLEBY Legs into the BRODER Shelf and you have yourself a great slim desk.

See more of the laptop desk.

~ audria brumberg, Greenpoint, Brookyln

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8 Responses to Laptop Desk

  1. lap desk says:

    I love this wooden laptop desk. Maybe you can put a top on it to make it look more beautiful.

  2. Anonymous says:

    How have you fix the tablet to the “legs” ?

    It looks like the only way to keep it in place is putting a big amount of stuff next to the right leg (as we can see on the pictures :D )
    This and having a wall on behing and on the right….

    Crazy stuff………

  3. ModernHomeFurniture says:

    This is really great furniture design. Simple yet comfortable.

  4. Andrew says:

    This will turn out to be a very expensive hack hen you factor in the cost of a new laptop… The design is top-heavy, and you do not mention any kind of anchoring to the wall – a disaster waiting to happen!

  5. Freelog says:

    So easy but so genius!

  6. Kenny says:

    Is it attached to the wall in some way? It sure looks like it might tip forward.

  7. Robj98168 says:

    Love this… Great idea and a great hack!

  8. 25FLONDON says:

    I love the simple use of such a small space! Where did you get the chair?

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