Published on June 25th, 2012 | by Jules Yap


Numerar standing desk


Description: Looking to transition to a standing only setup, I purchased two NUMERAR counter tops (double sided). They were 73 inches wide, with silver trim.

They are extremely HEAVY. Then I purchased 5 BYSKE legs for each .. and Capita brackets with the LACKY top.

~ Eric, Baltimore

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Jules Yap

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11 Responses to Numerar standing desk

  1. Kyle Du Preez says:

    i would like a similar setup but not standing? could it be done but shorter legs?

    sorry if a dumb question #newb

  2. Amanda Midkiff says:

    has anyone tried this before. IKEA website says the BYSKE legs only go to 47″. Not sure this will be tall enough.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Also may I ask how tall you are? I am not sure if the desk would fit me.

    • Denno says:

      My thoughts exactly.. I’m 6ft 4, and legs that go to a max height of 107cm (according to the IKEA website), is lucky to make my waste, let alone my elbows lol

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hi would you mind elaborating a bit in the procedure to do this my bf Is a software engineer and we are looking or ideas to change to stand up desk

  5. Unknown says:

    why the stand up only profile?

  6. Joshua says:

    He is a trader. And the gold phone is a extension more than likely for an iPhone

  7. Anonymous says:

    who cares about the six monitors, how about the gold telephone…LOL

  8. Furniture says:

    That looks pretty cool, but like one of the guys above me said what do you need six monitors for? lol.

  9. jo says:

    i only have one question: what do you need 6 monitors for? are you a tidal study center or a meteorological sth?

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