Planks of wood from pallets and a solid 10-foot wide desk make this home office unique without ruining the minimalist vibe.
The workspace belongs to Flickr user Cory Church, who’s kind enough to offer us lots of details:
I bought my Macbook Pro in early 2013, straight from Apple since I wanted it customized to fit my needs. It’s a 15.4”, 2.6Ghz, Intel Core i7 with 8GB Ram. It sports an upgraded 1TB Hybrid Drive and a 1680×1050 display. Connected to the laptop is a Kensington Sd3500v USB 3.0 Universal Docking Station which runs 1 of the 23” LG IPS235 displays, the Logitech Speaker system and allows for more USB connections. The other 23” LG IPS235 display connects directly to the laptop via mini-display port. The LG monitors are held up by a free standing, horizontal, dual monitor mount by EasyMountLCD. The mStand Laptop Stand supports the Macbook Pro. Gracing center stage is a 64Gb iPhone 6+.
Also on my desk is a Wacom Intuos pen & touch small pen tablet, Plantronics M155 MARQUE Bluetooth Headset, Mobee Magic Charger for the Apple Magic Mouse and a 1st generation Pebble Smartwatch. Providing the keys is the solor-powered Logitech k750 keyboard. And of course, the Apple Magic Mouse does all the pointing and clicking. Printing and scanning provided by a humble Canon MG3120. I just finished building the desk and pallet wall this weekend. The desk is a solid 10 feet of amazing desk space, made from 3 2x12x10s. It floats on top of 2 pieces of angle iron and a center speed brace. The partial wall is of course pallets.
This reminds me of the Reclaimed Wood Workspace, but more toned down.
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My minimal pallet wall office | Flickr