Alexis Mire:

Our neighbors moved away yesterday and gave us a few stray items of furniture, including these two matching desks. So Ryan helped me renovate the solarium into a little workspace. I played with designs all night and finally decided on this for now.

I’m a big fan of this sort of desk setup. I use a CD rack to store (amongst the obvious) stationary and all manner of tools I use to work. Alexis takes a similar approach and I like the result.

Original source: Flickr (Alexis Mire), via Lalucid Dreamer.

Vintage Modernity:

The desk is actually a side table with a drawer from Ikea and the Jerrik chair is also from Ikea. The vintage industrial lockers are one of our favorite additions to the space.

Very characterful; the workspace manages to be minimalist whilst retaining a distinct personality.

Original source: A Devil of a Time, via Hindsvik at Home.

An Illustrator’s Workspace:

My name is Becca Stadtlander and I’m an illustrator from Covington, Kentucky. I make prints of my original paintings and also design paper goods, including greeting cards and the occasional booklet. My work is hand painted in my studio, and printed for my shop.

You can see more images of the desk in use over at the source link.

Original source: Etsy.

Attic Brilliance:

Great usage of a traditionally underused area of the home. The creativity of its owner shines through.

Original source: Unknown, via Design Vox.

Precisely Minimal:

Yet another desk without a source, or any info…so the image will have to speak for itself. Please, publishers, post your sources!

Original source: Unknown, via Convoy.