I can't get my back paws completely under the desk, the centre-tray sticks out too far when it's slid out and blocks the chair-armrests ( the tray's too narrow for the keyboard to sit on so mouse only, plus ashtray, writing-area, dinner-tray etc. :grin, my knees are just inside the cubby-hole :thumb:Werebo, I like that den you have there, looks very homely, but how do you manage to fit your legs under the desk?
Hehehehe.... The rest of the room is far from neat an' tidy, although it's a lot better than is was a few weeks ago, the stacks were almost blocking the TV (which wouldn't really bother me as I rarely watch it) - Mrs WereBo is seriously into both textile crafts and paper/card crafts, so the living-room is full of boxes of her stuff. As you can see, it makes cleaning/dusting a long job and decorating near impossible, it'd take a week just to shift everything out, then a couple o' months of complaints cos everything would be put back in the wrong place.... :grin:"Back Paws" hehe
I must say I do like the 'Lived in' look that computer rooms, dens and (according to my ex) 'hovels' often have. Its nice to see a work space that lends some insight to taste, character, and personal interest. I have a friend who's tech-space could double for an Intel 'clean room'... but, he says he works best that way so I suppose that is insight in itself. Meanwhile mine is... well, lets just say much more normal. I think we should have a separate thread on work spaces as well... far more interesting.