Build Your Own Office Desk

Build Your Own Office Desk – As Trey and I were planning how we wanted to transform our home office we knew we wanted a desk. He planned to play and record in the room while I wanted time to write and possibly work on small craft projects. Although we felt we needed more desktop space we didn’t want a large desk taking up all the space in the room. Hmm… what to do?

We decided to build a wrap on a standing desk. This allows for a few things: we can work in different areas, we have desktop space, the middle/most of the room is free and not closed. Hooray! Making the table turned out to be very easy. Two bucks!

Build Your Own Office Desk

The materials we used may be very different from what you would need if you were to build a standing desk in your office. What’s great about making your own furniture is that you can customize it to fit your space perfectly! So the following parameters show what is suitable for our position. Measure your walls to determine how much wood you may need.

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Materials: (1) 1 in. x 2 ft. x 6 ft. Pine wood, (1) 1 in. x 2 ft. x 5 ft. x 2 ft. x 4 ft. brush

1.) Cut the boards to fit your space. It is possible that your local lumber supplier will not have the exact dimensions you need. Use your own wood, or have them cut the wood to size. We cut two corner boards to match one corner of our room. You can also avoid cutting corners but still wear corners by doing things like this.

2.) Apply the cut edges evenly to the entire surface of the wood. The reason you need to sand the entire surface is to keep the wood feeling good even after sealing. Polyurethane can make an unsanded surface more sensitive than before.

3.) Once you’re on the sand, wipe it off. Apply a coat or two of polyurethane. If you want to stain the wood, do it before you seal. We left ours raw because we liked the light.

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4.) You will first want to attach your boards to the wall before attaching the wood. I think we bought the largest we could without exceeding the width of our wood. We wanted these to be very strong, so we wouldn’t have to worry about putting too much weight on them. That said, you’ll definitely want to find at least 2 studio technical sessions per session.

Finding a studio is a frustrating step that we never allocate enough time to do. I heard a lot of profanity from Trey during this event. So I was stuck with the spackle. 😉 Here are some tips for finding a studio:

• Researchers. You can find it in any hardware store. You slide over your wall, until it beeps. They always give you a good start, but be sure to double check with the following techniques. Academic researchers are often wrong

• Find parameters. There are a few parts of the room that will always have a studio: the corner of the room, the side of the exit, the door frames, the window frames. This is the best way to make sure you are at the studio.

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• The standard width between studs is 16 or 24 inches. Depending on the age and size of your house, chances are that construction standards require studs to always be 16 inches (standard) or 24 inches. Ours is 16 inches, and that’s the center between studs.

• Good ole test. You may have seen your dad do this or even tried it yourself. As you can probably guess, drywall + insulation makes a lot more sense than drywall + a piece of 2×4 wood (studio). So look at the few that don’t hit. If I’m honest, it’s a confusing technique. I’m just not sure if I understood that correctly. I mainly use this to learn about previous techniques.

Typically, we find a direction and measure 16 inches (or 24 inches) in both directions. Then, we use studio research and knock tests to find out. Of course, you can always use a dry iron. We’d just recommend that you get at least 2 of these studio mounts if you plan on doing a lot of work on this desk.

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When you’re looking for your studio, mark it, and use a level to make sure all your heads are level. Attach the phone to the wall. Then, close the wood to the head. Bam!

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We absolutely LOVE how our round table turned out. Although the height is perfect for standing and working, we also bought a simple metal chair (the height of a chair) so that we can sit on it occasionally. Thank you for allowing us to share the table with you. We’ll share all the office photos and links later this week! xo. EmmaPeople: I’m Norman, a graphic designer who works from home. In my spare time, I live and work as an architect/builder. I am interested in building modern wooden projects, although I am trying to learn… More on Papernot »

I love looking at modern furniture, especially Scandinavian-inspired furniture with white wood. For this project, I wanted to make a computer desktop for my wife that would match the pastel colored cabinets. I also wanted to reduce the clutter, so there will be no graphics, but include a wide range of functions that are missing from desktops on the market. The drawing was inspired by something I’ve seen before, but I remember it

It cost thousands of dollars, so I decided to build it myself. The desk or table will have a hidden cable management system and a dry surface on the desktop. Since the table is large (30-in x 60-in), I wanted the legs to be removable, so I could move it to another room, or transport it if needed.

The top of the table can be replaced with a cheap board finished with dark brown wood or MDF on top of the board, but it’s easy.

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Cutting the pieces is easy. For the legs, I cut them at a 6 degree off-center angle for stability. I had a 4×8 pre-cut to the desktop from Home Depot, and I used a miter saw to cut the rest of the pieces.

Since I decided that this table could be disassembled & transported, I chose the standard hex as my main tool through the wood to the bench.

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I used a diameter gauge to accurately determine the holes. I then started with a pilot hole 2 sizes smaller than my bolt. If a board needs to be joined to another, I screw the two together before drilling with a second drill bit. I put a drop of machine oil on the bolt, then used an electric driver to drive it.

Then, I ran the juice thread on the second board. First, I stopped digging half an inch below the height of the seed, so that it could be inserted the rest of the way.

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I intend to leave the bolt heads showing since they give the best industrial credit to the light wood.

I added the angle brackets, attached to the 1/4-in. x 1/2-inch steel. The depth isn’t quite sure that when I drive the screw all the way, it doesn’t cast a shadow over the desktop on the other side.

When I encounter problems with the connection with the bolts, I take them a few times at a time slowly until the joint is closed.

The cross legs are raised to make room for a metal table that will slide under the seat.

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I put the mid-beam support in the back to accommodate the main load, the iMac desktop computer.

I could have used an extra baseboard for the floor, but I used a button instead of a hide that didn’t look good anyway.

The back part was put together by fixing the plates & the L technique. I used flat threads and put glue in the holes where they went to add more.

I used a light nickel permanent hinge on the door, and drilled a 1/2 inch hole in the center of the pull.

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I painted over the entire desktop, beat the border with an awl (so that the painted edges would be smooth), and then blue pressed it.

I applied 3 coats, and added 30 minutes to the drying time to determine. According to the label, Rust-Oleum Special White Gloss Dry Erase Kit is best for one use.

To drill the grommet hole, I started with the

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