22 posts tagged Industrial
Jeremey Duvall’s wonderfully crafted desk.
I was amazed at how hard it was to find a traditional standing desk without the motors and the extra features. So, with a little help, I decided to build my own. It sits at the perfect height for standing and provides a great environment for work.
The frame is custom piping from Soil and Oak
The top is a Numerar countertop from IKEA
Apple Thunderbolt monitor on HiRise
MacBook Pro Retina in a BookArc cradle
Wireless keyboard and mouse
Joe submitted his Handmade Industrial desk
I built this desk from steel and an old workbench. The frame of the workbench was damaged so I repurposed the top and built a new frame. I welded the frame from 1x1 inch steel and clear coated it. The workbench top is maple butcher block and it has a ton of character.
Reader Ryan P. Is sharing his Brooklyn workspace with us. Very nice.
My Brooklyn home workspace. The wall-to-wall desk is made from a butcher-block style kitchen counter with iron pipe. The shelving is also floor-to-ceiling / wall-to-wall and made out of similar materials.
Pictured: Retina MacBook Pro, Thunderbolt display, Dyson fan, vintage Singer sewing stools, vintage military ammo crate, Belief NYC skateboard, Vintage stoneware, leather LemonBall
A workspace inside of the iLoveDust design studio in Portland, OR.
This couple has taken a small 420 sq. ft. Chicago apartment and given themselves so many amenities including this wonderful desk that converts out to a dining table. Click here to see the rest of this beautiful space.
Joe and Brad have made great use of every inch of space in their small apartment. The use of plumbing pipe shelves in the living room not only adds a great feature to what could have been a bland room, they also create a desk and a dining table. A dining table?! Yep! The desk portion of the shelving unit pulls out from the wall and, with the insertion of a few leaves, extends to create a table that seats eight.
Industrial workspace in this dream studio.