Build a Simple Corner Computer Desk with Hutch

Jul 27th

Corner computer desk with hutch – Most standard desks are definitely outdated and impractical. Many barely room for anything other than home computer. Corner computer desk with hutch solve this problem by giving twice the surface area while taking advantage of the room space, which is not normally used. Make your own basic corner computer desk with hutch to meet both your computer and non-computer with room to spare

Rustic Corner Computer Desk with Hutch
Rustic Corner Computer Desk with Hutch

Build a simple corner computer desk with hutch, cut one rectangle of plywood measuring 5 meters by 3 meters. Use sawhorses and hand power saw to cut this piece in half width wise use an angled line that line will stretch from two meters from the end on the left side up to three meters in from the same end on the right side, creating a 45 degree angle cuts. Cut six rectangles measuring 3 1/2 meters of 1 1/2 feet to the legs of the table. Make the short wooden strips to the desktop’s lip.

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Collect desktop pieces on top of sawhorses using wood glue and wood biscuits. Line up lip pieces to the edge of the table piece, lining up the four strips with the table edges of the same length and location lips so they hang from the edge of the corner computer desk with hutch. Place desk head on the floor to secure the legs. Attach the legs with wood glue. Turn desktop right side up to strengthen the legs glued with screws. The screws down through the desktop into the legs. Sand table with the disc sander. Use varnish, if desired, according to the manufacturer’s instructions.