David Sanders is a computer engineer and also writes for his blog, The Connected Home, a site we can appreciate for its focus on tips/inspirations for the home theater and smart home technologies. Practicing what he preaches, he shared his own home office over at Flickr, a highly organized space where tech is at the forefront (and both Mac and PC are represented), but presented with some handsome forethought.
We obviously admire all the tech gear inside David's office, but are more impressed with how he's thoughtfully organized everything, abiding by the organization philosophy of providing "a place for everything". Utilizing wall mounting hardware and installing wall mounted organizers for his magazines and calendar/scheduling accessories, David's space kept his desk clutter-free. The stained maple walls and unusual kitchen tiles add texture and colour to balance out the amount of black tech throughout.
And how cannot you not love the Dilbert and Intel plashes?
The PC Side: 15" HP Laptop (Work), 25.5" HP TouchSmart PC mounted to the wall, using a Sanus VM400B Wall Mount. Walls are solid maple with a walnut ebony stain
The Mac Side: Apple iMac 27", 15" MacBook Pro, iPhone 2G, iPad 3G, WD Backup Drive, Sanus VM400B Wall Mount.
Office AV Wall: IKEA media center, 40" Samsung LED TV, Apple TV, Apple Time Capsule, Monitor Audio Speakers and Sub, Yamaha RX-V2700 Receiver, Monster Power, XBox 360 w/HD-DVD, HP Wireless Printer.
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