A submission from Ryan Paonessa:

My Brooklyn home workspace. The wall-to-wall desk is made from a butcher-block style kitchen counter and iron pipe. The shelving is also wall-to-wall and made from similar materials.

Want to share your own workspace? Submit it to us!

This is another superb example of how to make the most of a small space. This used to be a lowly closet! Not any longer thanks to the efforts of Mai over at A Cup of Mai. You can find many more photos and details of the decor Mai used over at her article.

A custom built desk by Jeremy Kelly for his partner Nadine’s photography business. She elaborates over at Design*Sponge:

Jeremy made a custom table that spans the length of the room and paired it with a shelf for all my printing, packing and shipping needs.

The gardener’s stool was a vintage gift from our friend Mims in Vancouver. It is likely the single most multipurpose item in our household since it serves as side table and a seat, and transports so easily.

The tulip chair was a must since I have an aesthetic aversion to ergonomic office chairs – every girl needs a sexy swivel chair at her desk. The three muted artworks hanging on the back wall are hand-coloured pages from an antique butterfly field guide.

Go read the full article for some more invaluable inspiration, particularly if you’re looking to make the most of a small space.

Some rustic workspace inspiration posted on Houzz.

Simple Desks is back, and this time it isn’t going away. Along with beautiful inspiration every day of the week we’re going to bring you everything you need to create yourself a beautiful office and workspace. We’re also very pleased to introduce our new store which will sell all sorts of tasteful decor courtesy of our friends over at Society6.