I am a huge fan of nice workstations and great interiors. It has been my dream to build a workspace for a long time, but for different reasons, it never happened. A few years ago, I made my first workspace with a small computer table, a chair, a laptop, and an extra monitor. Later, I moved to another flat and thought that I needed a new workspace.

That’s how I started building my current workspace. As a software developer and blogger, I spend countless hours sitting at my desk, and I wanted to create a space that was not only functional and practical but also motivating and expressive of who I am and what I like.

So here is the detail of my workstation setup, for coding I use Dell latitude series laptop with logitech MK240 keyboard. Nowdays I am not using an extra monitor and I am okay with that. For other needs, I have the Sennheiser headphone along with a IKEA headphone stand, an adjustable mobile holder, and a tiny Sony bluetooth speaker. Oh yes, I have a notebook and penholder which I love most.

To create a workspace that was both functional and beautiful, I added a few personal touches that were meaningful to me. Besides coding, I love plants, writing random thoughts, and traveling to new places. To reflect these, I placed money plants in the wooden shelves, framed poems that I wrote, and a mouse pad with a world map remainds me ’the world is wide, life is short’. Also, I am planning to add some posters with my favourite quotes.

That’s my little workspace setup details. Nothing fancy, just beautiful for me and I am grateful for that.



Here is the full list of items used in my setup:

  • Dell Latitude 5530 laptop with a Logitech MK270R Wireless Keyboard. I have a ZEB-NS2000 laptop stand and use Dell 22" monitor.
  • Lenova Ideapad 320 as secondary laptop.
  • Sennheiser HD250BT for daily use with IKEA Mojlighet Headphone Stand.
  • Kindle Paperwhite for daily reading.
  • Sony bluetooth speaker.
  • Adjustable Mobile Holder.
Other Workspace Items
  • Two small desks and chairs.
  • Wooden shelves from IKEA.
  • My money plants.
  • Framed poems that I wrote.
  • Paintings done by my wife.
  • A guitar and some fairy lights.

Thanks to wife, brother, and cousins who helped me to do this setup. If you want to know the gadgets details and other services I use, check this post.

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