argued with cost guy at three am to get you that work surface ~ project haiku
|2 x 3 x 8’ lumber (6) ea||18|
|1 x 2 x 8’ lumber (4) ea||4|
|1/2” x 4’x8’ sanded plywood (1) ea||40|
|Shelf supports for drop down work surface||30|
- Scope: Build a shelf unit for storing stuff
- Goal: Declutter the desktops and kitchen table.
Stop working at the kitchen table.
- Budget: $100
- Design Guidelines:
- 12″ deep, 48″ wide, 48″ high, should be able to hold a monitor, printer, and have some covered storage. Try to make it attractive.
- Tool List: Circular Saw, Jig Saw, drill, clamps, hammer.
- use 1/2 tenon joints or add blocks between the uprights.
- Consider adjustable drilled peg design for shelf supports.
- Add sides, consider adding door to right side.
- If the stick is that twisted do not use it.
- The cost guy said “THOSE SHELF SUPPORTS CAN BE REPLACED WITH SWIVEL WOODEN STILES!”
I now have a place to that is basically computer free to do non computer design work, that is not the kitchen table. <inhales> and other people may find value in this concept.
Really, use any wood you want, I admire fine wood worked furniture, this is not that. This is a cabinet that can be used until it finds a resting spot in the garage.