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Eric Straudmeier

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Cassandra Marino wrote:Aug 22, 2011
mmanj4 wrote:May 22, 2013
  • sikuvitall
    You've answered a lot of questions, but we're still holding our breath waiting to find out where the desk is from, and it's been a year! I'm about to pass out! Please?
  • Pablo Bernal
    That "desk" is not a desk at all. :-). It's available from tons of different commercial suppliers. It's just a pretty standard, run-of-the-mill stainless steel work table.

    They come in many sizes and heights: from bedside table size all the way to giant kitchen island size. They're built tough and last forever if cared for.

    You'll find them in restaurant kitchens, garages, lofts, research labs, laundry rooms, etc. The designer here just repurposed a very typical industrial piece of furniture and used it in a very cozy residential space. And it works really well.
spamsentral wrote:Aug 16, 2014
  • Annette Marinaro Herrmann

    Where is this desk from? What brand,price ,dimensions and where to purchase it?

  • Pablo Bernal
    This is a simple commercial style stainless steel work table; they come in anything from the size of a bedside table or sofa side table, all the way to something the size of a large kitchen island.

    Some of these tables have a built-in shelf under the tabletop (like the ones I've screen-captured on Amazon), and some just have stabilizer bars (like the one in this Houzz photo you've asked a question about).

    These stainless work tables are equally at home in a garage, restaurant kitchen, loft, or office.
jacquelien wrote:Dec 4, 2011
  • itsnancye
    Not lame at all. Beautiful!
  • hailrskins
    You wouldn't happen to know the name of the piece would you?
derippe66 wrote:Apr 23, 2014
  • Gabrielle Dumas
    can you tell me where this carpet is from
  • Gabrielle Dumas
    can you also advise where the zig zag lamp if from?
apouch wrote:Aug 11, 2013
  • Pablo Bernal
    This is a standard commercial stainless steel work table. You can get them from almost any commercial supplier, and they come in many sizes: anything from a size fit for a small sofa side table, to a size for a small wet bar, to a size for a huge kitchen island(or restaurant kitchen).
pattykel wrote:Jan 2, 2013
  • Pablo Bernal
    it's a run-of-the-mill commercial stainless steel work table ... available online from places like Amazon and any restaurant supply company. You'll find them in many sizes, heights, with/without shelving, etc. you'll see them used in places like research labs, restaurant kitchens, lofts, laundry rooms, offices, garages, etc. They're cheap, versatile, built-tough, and highly resilient.
arhaselton wrote:Oct 18, 2015
    foralyse wrote:Jan 4, 2015
      Dale-Kurt Murray wrote:Apr 20, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        becky
        Becky Harris added this to Healthy Home: 8 Ways to Add a Standing DeskSep 3, 2015

        2. Place the standing desk outside the home office space. If you can do the bulk of your work on a laptop, there’s no need to clutter up your stand-up station. You can easily integrate it into a room outside of your office — and it’s nice to shake up your environment during the day and get in those extra steps while you’re moving between spaces. Also, you may be able to take advantage of a view you don’t get from your office, motivating you to get up, move around and stand more.

        lolalina
        Laura Gaskill added this to 16 Ideas for a Healthy, Feel-Good HomeApr 8, 2014

        2. Use a stand-up desk. Working at a stand-up desk can help you avoid a number of health issues associated with too much time spent sitting. Having a stool creates the flexibility to sit when you want to.

        lolalina
        Laura Gaskill added this to Decorate With Intention: Could a Mission Statement Help Your House?Feb 17, 2013

        3. Define how you want your home to feel. This is a bit different from the style question, and potentially more important. When you walk through the front door, what three words do you want to spring to mind? "Uncluttered," "clean" and "serene"? "Welcoming," "cozy" and "fresh"? To do: Think about how you want your home to feel, freely jotting down any descriptive words that spring to mind. Once you have a good list, narrow it down to your top three words.

        becky
        Becky Harris added this to Modern Icons: The Case Study DaybedDec 17, 2012

        Multi-ply bentwood legs are another option.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        arenad
        arenad added this to Ideas for PaulApr 21, 2019

        This is what I had in mind when I was thinking a 3/4 wall behind which would be the office space.

        zwavu
        zwavu added this to Gill AdditionMar 27, 2019

        Divider rather than wall separating dining from guest room?

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