Steampunk home-owner’s all-in-one workstation is latest to fall for

We took you through Bruce and Melanie Rosenbaum’s ModVic (Modern Victorian) Home - full-Steampunked house – a couple of months back. What we had missed then was this gorgeous and elaborate Victorian Organ Command Desk that’s made me fanatical since the very first glance of it. Built with 6 months of labor around remains of the 19th century pump organ that Bruce could lay hands on, this contraption beyond words and thoughts – betters the original - all wonder collectors and Steampunks would second that.

steampunk victorian organ command desk
steampunk victorian organ command desk

Everything decked in for the Command Desk compilation is authentic Victorian antique. Then be it the inverted Chapel organ pipes mounted on the wall behind the setup, or the all-in-one workstation desk completed in 3 monitors, printer, scanner and webcam, of course the keyboard and other peripherals included. The Victorian Organ Command Desk besides the aforementioned, has a iPhone doc, horn speakers on either side, USB and card media readers, a scanner under the keyboard, a clock face flanked in 6 LCD digital picture frame displays and a pair of coach lamps with neon flicker bulbs for all that ambience required. Bruce’s house also has a wonderful typewriter and about a bronze door weighing about a ton. Aren’t you lured enough to get into this house?

Via: SteampunkWorkshop

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