Back in October of 2010, I created a standing desk. A friend of mine bought a Sears workbench and was using that and while it was pretty cool looking, I wanted something I could more easily nail things into. I've been meaning to write about this for a while.
I bought some two-by-fours and plywood and built most of it with that and some scraps of wood I had lying around.
Since then, I built a stool to go with it and bought a shelf thing from Ikea that goes to the right of it.
I think it took a day to build the standing desk, though I've tweaked it a bit since I originally built it. It took a day to build my stool. Total cost in parts for both pieces was definitely under $100.
Result is this:
This set up has lots of horizontal space, is set at the right height for me, lets me sit when I'm weary and stand when I'm not, and has some storage capacity so I'm not surrounded by stuff.
"Wait! What's up with all those computers?", you might ask. Well, the computer breakdown is like this:
Then I have:
The dead computers should go away. The PCF build boxes will eventually be re-homed, too.
And that's the state of my desk!
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