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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 06, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Jules (noreply@blogger.com) last modified Jun 05, 2012



 

 


Materials: Expedit 4x4, Ekby Viktor, Rationell Variera...

Description: After wanting a mobile work station for so long, and searching high and low on here for one... but having no luck :( I made myself one.

This is what I used...
- Rationell Variera (the brackets only)
- Ekby Viktor
- Expedit
- Deka
- Franklin Chair

I'm a work at home mum... mixing cooking with answering emails and plenty of multi-tasking. We live in a small house and when I'm working, it does spread across the dining table, but it annoys me when I have to pack every thing away when the kids get home from school.



So I have added castors to the bottom, so when I'm not working, I can push the whole unit under my stairs cupboard out of the way, without disturbing my work. But this also now means I can have the work station any where, even in the kitchen whilst I cook.

I had wanted to add a Spontan magazine rack to the side, but my local Ikea was out of stock. So I will add one asap to keep my files of invoices and receipts, etc.

On the back of it I have added a Deka curtain wire, where I hang my current orders etc and on the other side I plan to add some hooks and some Asker pots for my pens and paint brushes etc.

I will put my keyboard and mouse on top of the Expedit and the laptop on top of the shelf, which is a nice height for standing at or sitting on a bar stool.

Hope this helps some one else looking for a totally flexible work station.

~ Elaine Croft, Dorset, UK



 

 

 
 
 

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