Look! Josh's Media Sactuary, Corner Solution

Look! Josh's Media Sactuary, Corner Solution

Anthony Nguyen
Mar 25, 2009

Have an annoying corner space that you can't seem to find a remedy for no matter how hard you try? Or, perhaps you're like us who can't seem to get rid of that office-like feeling whenever you see an L-shaped desk in our homes. The corner solution may come across as somewhat unexpected - or at least that's how we felt when we saw Josh's dead space solution pulled off with the introduction of some white standing shelf units...

We're guessing Josh likes his minimalism here, since there's barely anything lying on his desk. What's left is nothing except the bare essentials - his laptop, mouse, external hard drive and lamp. Heck, the speakers are cleverly hidden within the bookshelves, saving him from yet another item deemed 'unnecessary' from his desk.

There's a slew of issues with having corner desks - they're either 1) going to be impossible to go behind to clean, 2) going to make you end up facing an awkward corner of the room, or 3) all of the above. Luckily, Josh realized this in advance and placed his primary monitor into the corner to give him something better to look at, all on top of a would-be wobbly shelving unit if it wasn't secured by the two adjacent walls. Well, actually we're pretty sure you can knock it over with a good kick, but it still remains a great solution to keep that corner eyesore away from view.

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[via Lifehacker]

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