How To Build Desks With Hutch

Author: Beverly A. Douglas | Categories: Convertible Desk comments
Wooden Desks With Hutch

Adding desks with hutch is an easy way to increase the usefulness of your desktop. You may find more storage space to eliminate all those bits and pieces that can clutter your desktop and make your room look cluttered. With the basic skills for working wood and a few simple tools, you should be able to make desks with hutch in a few hours. Measure the width and depth of your desktop.

When choosing wood, thick pine 1/2 inches in a foot by eight foot boards should work fine. Cut two pieces of wood to the height desks with hutch you want. A basic hutch could be two meters high with two horizontal shelves positioned at heights of their choice. Measure and mark the position of the shelves within two amounts based on how high you want your shelves.

Drill two small pilot holes for rack on each post. Drill holes about two inches from the front and back edges of the studs. Insert the shelf galvanized angle based on the studs. A shelf support Zinc has a load capacity of 25 pounds, and these are sufficient for holding the shelves in place firmly. Cut 1/4 inch plywood for the size of the cabin.

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