Wednesday, 9 January 2013
|The standing desk up.|
|Standing desk folded down.|
It was made from an old drawing board I have used for years hinged onto the wall. When up it is supported against the wall with a single plank resting on a chock of wood screwed into the wall. You'd think it would be too wobbly to lean on, but it's actually quite stable. I also had to make a support for the lamp. My studio is an old stone built out house which I clad in tongue and groove, which at the time I did for speed just to get the building running. However, over the years it has been brilliant because anything I want to attach to the wall is just a matter of screwing it in. No crumbling plasterwork, hammer drills, wall plugs, etc.
I'll report later on how I get on using it.