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    Help...? Possiblymaybe? Furniture + Tight space.

    Does anyone know any furniture made for art/computers that's really, REALLY good in small spaces?

    Something that also doesn't wobble very easily? Sometimes the table I have shakes so much that I get dizzy and nauseated from it. It's an old table that my brother nearly threw out into the trash... Now I don't blame him for that. The top surface is made mostly of fiberglass and something as simple as placing a drink makes a next to an unbearable sound.

    Something that can also hold my computer, or just prevent it from touching the carpet. It's designed to sit horizontally, and isn't one of the common vertical ones. There's vents in the back, right and top side.

    Feel free to delete this thread if it sucks, but I figured since most of this site has digital artists on, I was hoping.

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    The top surface is about 27 inches wide.

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    try ikea

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    Quote Originally Posted by lumar View Post
    try ikea
    Is there something more affordable than ikea?

    I have like... a 20-50 dollar budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by velderia View Post
    Is there something more affordable than ikea?

    I have like... a 20-50 dollar budget.
    http://www.craigslist.com

    Garage Sales

    Thrift Stores.

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    walmart. or you could flex your creative muscles and make one out of wood (new or scrap if you can find good shit)

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    Home Depot. Cinder blocks and some cuts of lumber.

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    Two planks of wood to hold the thing up. Can't cost more than 30 bucks at most.

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