When Opera Software wanted an office in Wroclaw, Poland, they wanted a beautiful office space that also reiterated their commitment to reducing e-waste and environmental friendliness. This is the gorgeous result, and they were kind enough to send us plenty of photos to share.
Redditor ksmithbaylor built this gorgeous butcher block and steel pipe workstation, and we love it. Sure, it’s spacious and clean, but hats off to the DIY spirit, and for making it all work, work well, and look good. Here are some more photos of the finished setup.
Alex’s workspace is notable not just because he has a great-looking ultrawide and a spacious desk, but also because everything’s wall-mounted. The display is mounted to a partition wall the cables are run behind, there’s bias lighting everywhere, and yes, his PC is mounted to the wall too, in an acrylic case no less.
Jason shared this bang-for-your-buck workspace with us over in our Workspace Show and Tell Pool on Flickr, complete with a sharp-looking IKEA desk and a good bit of gear in a compact but cozy working and gaming space. Here are some more photos of his setup.
Locke’s workspace isn’t designer, or super fancy, it looks like a home office any of us would be happy to call our own. But he does have three displays with a No Man’s Sky wallpaper across them, a comfy chair, a mini-fridge, and space to play his guitar and get creative. That’s why we like it.
Two ultrawide monitors may seem like a lot to adorn one desk, but when one of them is in portrait mode for easy reading and less scrolling, and the whole thing is held aloft with a monitor arm for a nice, clean desk and good cable management, well, we couldn’t resist. Here are some more photos.
We’ve been on a kick highlighting simple, clean workspaces these past few weeks, and this one is no exception. Sure, there’s room to spread out and work, but the actual computer setup itself is nice, minimal, and pays tribute to one of our favorite franchises. Just check out the posters—and these additional photos.
Redditor marsem’s white-and-wood workspace looks beautifully clean, organized, sports some great gear, and is that Rick and Morty over there? Why yes, yes it is. Here are some more photos.
Rahis Saifi’s workstation from where he completed his Bachelor Degree and now running his blog Android Airport.
It’s not often I see triple monitor setups that actually look sharp—I mean really sharp—and this one fits the bill. Over at the battlestations subreddit, Evexium shares this workspace, packed with three displays mounted to the wall, and great cable management.
We’ve seen a lot of workspaces with great audio gear in them, but redditor huy- has an interesting collection of good, solid, consumer gear meant to give him the best possible listening experience without being crazy or over the top. Here’s a look at his workspace.
Muhammad Usman Siddiqui’s workstation from where he completed his Petroleum Engineering and now running the blog.
Redditor silenc3x has a rather unique workspace. It takes up one corner of this beautiful sunroom, and it’s covered in plants and greenery that look especially beautiful at night, but are no slouch in the day. He calls it his “jungle battlestation,” and we love it.
Over on Flickr, Razan sent in her workspace, where she handles her day job, her passion (photography), and of course, where she relaxes. The space also has to double has her bedroom, so space is a premium—but check out that chalkboard wall. Here are some more photos.
Reader Alan is going into surgery soon (best wishes for a speedy recovery!) and wanted a workspace that he could use comfortably while he was out of commission and recovering, but still effective enough to get some work done and do a little gaming. Here’s what he came up with, complete with a quick video tour.
Over at Flickr, tadashiiman shares these beautiful photos of where he works, plays, and makes art, and we couldn’t be more in love. A standing arcade cabinet, dual-display setup, and solid sound? We’re down.
Over on the battlestations subreddit, Sarne shared this beautiful setup with a side-by-side computers in a custom desk with an open top and LEDs so you can see the inside. The whole thing is just beautiful.
Reader Norma just decided to renovate her workspace, and did it all for just shy of $800. She has tons of before and after pictures over at Flickr, but we’re going to focus on the after shots here, because they look great. Room to work, tons of storage for games, and lots of action figures.
We love minimal workspaces, but there’s something about these home office setups that look and feel more like a study than anything else that’s also really attractive. Redditor Formulabuild built this home office with a library on one side and all of his instruments on the other. Here are some more photos.