I thought I share my build for an affordable computer desk as most of us are now working from home. I needed an extended desk to fit into the study but couldn't find anything within my budget. My budget was under $150 for a 2-metre long desk. It's a straightforward build, and anyone can do it. It was my first desk that I have made.
Materials from Bunnings
Update: It has been six months, and the table is holding up well. I built another computer desk with my son for his room of similar size, and he loves it.
Thanks mate..it was the 2200 x 610 x 26mm Oiled Karri Laminated Panel for $129 but sometimes it goes on special for $99. I covered it with linseed oil and tung tree oil from Ikea to bring out the colour.
Congratulations @Nham, what a wonderful first project for you to share with the Bunnings Workshop community. We have featured it on our Project Gallery and are looking forward to seeing more.
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Looks great! 👍
What brackets did you use? They appear to have a rounded end?
I used these brackets https://www.bunnings.com.au/carinya-50-x-50-x-20mm-zinc-angle-bracket_p2760244 and fitted eight into the frame. It holds the the frame really well and is a nice design.
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Corinney. It's fantastic to have you join us and many thanks for your question.
Let me mention @Nham, so they are alerted to your question about the cabinet used for this project.
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