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Chris Elsasser’s Philadelphia pegboard workspace.

This custom workstation hits the mark on several fronts: the 44” bar height makes the surface ideal for working from either a stool or while standing, the curtains hide away any unwanted elements like cords and cables from view, a LED backlit illuminated pegboard offers both wall storage and ambient light, and a refinished surface top sports a custom image transfer sealed with a soft satin poly finish to personalize the desk.

Chris Elsasser’s Philadelphia pegboard workspace.

This custom workstation hits the mark on several fronts: the 44” bar height makes the surface ideal for working from either a stool or while standing, the curtains hide away any unwanted elements like cords and cables from view, a LED backlit illuminated pegboard offers both wall storage and ambient light, and a refinished surface top sports a custom image transfer sealed with a soft satin poly finish to personalize the desk.

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