The liquor cabinet desks 酒柜办公桌
Emma Northcott, who is based in London, is using her liquor cabinet while she waits for a desk that she ordered online to come in.
Patrick Gipson in New York had a similar idea.
Clearly, they won't have to travel far for (virtual) happy hour.
The ironing board desks 熨衣板办公桌
Bex Holland, who lives in Brighton, England, and some of her colleagues have been using ironing boards as standing desks.
The clothes hamper desk 衣物筐办公桌
Jules Forrest, who lives in a studio apartment in San Francisco with her partner, has set up a chair in front of the front door. Her desk? A clothes hamper.
The baby high chair desk 婴儿高脚椅办公桌
Ian Giatti is a managing editor in Los Angeles and says the transition to working remotely has been pretty smooth so far. But he's had to improvise at times. His standing desk is a baby high chair.
improvise[ˈɪmprəvaɪz]: vi. 即兴创作；即兴表演；临时凑合
"I'm a dad of 3 young kids, so that's been challenging at times when I'm on a call or something's breaking," he told CNN. "Thank God for my wife."
The bathtub desks 浴缸办公桌
Scott Lagstrom from Morrisville, North Carolina, is working from his bathtub.
"Working in the tub as the walls close in with two parents working from home and three kids off school. Ha!" his wife Allison Lagstrom writes.
He's not the only one working in the tub.
Amanda Epstein and her husband, who live with their 18-month-old in a Manhattan apartment, are both attorneys working from home. But they only have one desk with a monitor.
"So my handy husband used our soaking tub, a mini-ironing board on which he can put his laptop, and a kitchen chair to create a second workspace in the master bath," Epstein writes.
The closet office 衣帽间办公室
The desk in Jessica Fleming's home in Minnesota is in an open area -- not an ideal space for virtual meetings when you have kids in the house.
She turned the closet in her master bedroom into a makeshift office, so she has a quiet space to take conference calls and to focus.
"The best part?" she writes. "I've even hung a picture behind the desk so that my video conference calls don't look like I'm in my closet!"
The ladder desk 梯子办公桌
Heidi Floyd is a keynote speaker and with in-person events being canceled or moved online because of the virus, she's had to find a way to keep things going.
Enter the ladder desk.
Here she is in Atlanta delivering a keynote address to a group of people in the Quad Cities, a region of five cities in Iowa and Illinois.
"Not pictured is my son, who was laying at the door whispering (loudly), 'MAMA don't step on my legos! MAMA!!'" Floyd writes.
The SUV office 汽车办公室
Joseph Kim, who works for a software company, says he was getting cabin fever in the small San Francisco condo he shares with his wife, who is also working from home.
So, he set up a workspace in his SUV, and his dog Chewy joined too.
"I love being outside so this gives me flexibility to get some fresh air," he writes.
Working remotely for the foreseeable future is going to be challenging. But clearly, we're all doing our best.