How to Build A Computer Desk Less Than $50
If you are savvy mom and like custom made furniture but can't spent a lot of money, then here is the post for you to make your own DIY beautiful desk for only $50. I am going to show you the step-by-step tutorial for building a great desk on a complete budget. Let's start, and please, if you build your own after this post, I will appreciate it if you share with me your own project.
Buy lumber from either Home Depot, or Lowes. This one was from Lowes for only $20.Step One - Create a plan according to your space where you are going to put this desk/table.
We created this in Google Drive. You can download it on my blogStep Two: Cut the wood using your plan and put the legs together using a Kreg Jig, the best tool you can ever have.
Cut the wood using hand saw or circular saw
Dill holes using a Kreg Jig, just like this.
The holes are ready and you don't see them on the outside of the table
Step Three: Put them together using clamps
Attach all the corners using screws, and there you have it! These are the legs.
Here is the finished look. You need two of these finished legs.Step three:
Attach both of the legs together with a supportive wood going on the back of the table. Step Four:
Attach the back on top of the legs using a brad nailer.
Step Five: Sand it, and it's ready. Now, either you can stain or paint it. Whatever is your choice.
We used a color stain, and here you go with the final results! We stained it in blue to go with my other furniture.
Looks beautiful! That corner was super boring before.
Isn't it pretty? I am so happy to see the final results.
I threw in some yellow to splash some color and to light up the room.Now, please share your photos with me if you end up using my plan. Thanks!
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