A recycled office

The second post on today’s theme of “Wow, that is cool!” is about an amazing office that I found last week on Recyclart. This artist cut up and painted multiple damaged tables to create the most ingenious office shelving I have ever seen. For a relatively low cost, this artist created a one-of-a-kind organized workspace:

Proof that interesting, functional, organized, and amazing design doesn’t have to be expensive.

33 Comments for “A recycled office”

  1. posted by Jasileet on

    Sick gorgeous.

  2. posted by becoming minimalist on

    amazing piece! i love recycled art. thanks for the link.

    however, i fear the desk may be a bit too distracting for my personal work environment tastes.

  3. posted by Beth on

    Tiny drawer way up high, you’re so nifty.
    I want to hide catnip in ya.

  4. posted by Kathy on

    Love that! Very creative.

  5. posted by Leslie on

    It’s beautiful, creative and unique. I love it. But whether it’s inexpensive or not depends on where you live. In my city, used furniture is much more expensive than new, even at thrift stores and garage sales. Sigh.

  6. posted by Alexandra on

    Aaaaamazing, and I want one.

  7. posted by Shannon on

    Wow, that is incredible! I love it! I would like to see a picture with it being used and the ‘shelves’ fuller. I imagine it would be so interesting looking.

  8. posted by *pol on

    So THAT’s what can bedone with all those “free” coffee tables that are left on the side of the road! GENIUS!

  9. posted by GG on

    That’s incredible!

  10. posted by Cheryl on

    It also shows that recycling can be beautiful!

  11. posted by Celeste on

    Sorry, not buying it.

  12. posted by Amy on

    It is definitly creative, but doesn’t look that good, in my opinion. Also, having 2 coffee table legs on my work surface would be a pain in the butt. However, certainly interesting idea that could be improved upon.

  13. posted by tabatha on

    i love it, i could totally do this.

  14. posted by Katie Alender on

    This is really unique and fun!

  15. posted by Lose That Girl on

    Great wall art that’s functional. Love the purple too.

  16. posted by Ally from Zwaggle on

    That’s beautiful!

  17. posted by Ninjafish on

    Looks great and it’s also good to the wallet and the earth, if only I had the time, energy, creativity, or space to do something like this.

  18. posted by Shalin on

    Neat-o! and…why do I think is what the Mad Hatter’s desk/office would look like in “Alice In Wonderland”…if he had/has a desk/office…

  19. posted by JennB on

    That is so coo! So creative. That is art, and yet it’s functional. I’m so impressed!

  20. posted by chacha1 on

    That is insane and hilarious. I immediately thought of using that approach in a kitchen, but my cats would love it anywhere.

  21. posted by begoodbabe on

    What about cutting down the legs of the upper tables so that the shelves are closer together?
    Then you wouldn’t need a ladder to access the upper shelves!

  22. posted by Another Deb on

    Love the concept. It looks like a multitude of tables but some are ripped lengthwise.

    Still, I hate white walls!

  23. posted by gypsy packer on

    Garbage+imagination=a winning combination.
    This one is a Scavenger Trophy!

  24. posted by Michele on

    WOW, I love this. I like how all the colors are the same on each piece. I’ve seen an old kitchen table cut in two and both sides are on the wall for a buffet type server but this is really nice.

  25. posted by Anita on

    I’m with @Amy. Interesting concept, not sold on the execution.

  26. posted by wendy on

    sooo cool! I love it. I want to do it in red.

  27. posted by GG Allin on

    It’s cool if it isn’t in my house. I think it looks like garbage on the wall…painted purple.

  28. posted by Patrenia on

    I. Love. It!!!! I would have never thought of this. It’s a stroke of genius.

  29. posted by TravelingRae on

    Oooh, I love that idea of sawing a table in half or even smaller. I think that would work better/be cheaper for my planned renos than my original idea of getting a counter custom cut!

    Love the daring purple!

  30. posted by HereBeDragons on

    Incredibly creative. Love it.

  31. posted by Lindsay on

    Funnily enough, glancing first at the picture, I thought, “wow, that’s cool!” and then continued on to the text. Well, it certainly elicits the proper response. :D

  32. posted by Jeanne on

    This is awesome!!

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