Make your own DIY oak desktop, Anne explains it step by step

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Anne

Anne

NL

Easy

2 minutes

Are you looking for your own workspace but can't find the desk of your dreams? Build your desk yourself! Create the ideal workspace so you can stay inspired and motivated all day long. Curious about how to do this? Anne, from the interiorvananne blog, made her own oak desk and described step-by-step how she did it. She ordered custom-cut wood from TOSIZE.de and quickly created a delightful workspace.

Anne's Description

Whether you're handy or not, with Anne's tips, anyone can create a custom-made desktop. With the help of TOSIZE.de, it doesn't matter what size you need. Whether you're mounting a small floating desk, making a large desktop yourself, simply installing a custom-sized desktop, or have another creative idea, Anne's tips will surely come in handy. Are you ready to read along?

What You Need

Custom-Cut

  • Solid oak wood panel
    Type: 26 mm
    Size: 190.0 x 65.0 cm
    Quantity: 1
  • Long wooden beams for the support structure
    Type: 44x70
    Size: 190.0
    Quantity: 2
  • Short wooden beams for the support structure
    Type: 44x70
    Size: 65.0
    Quantity: 2

Supplies Needed

  • Jigsaw
  • Hammer drill
  • Cordless drill or screwdriver
  • Screws + Plugs for the support system
  • Sandpaper
  • Tape measure (or other measuring tape)
  • Pencil

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Anne's DIY Step-by-Step Guide

  1. Prepare the tabletop thoroughly. Anne chose to sand and round off the entire tabletop.
  2. If necessary: Mark where cutouts should be. Anne had to make some cutouts with the jigsaw because there were some pipes in the way.
  3. Build the support structure. Since the tabletop is quite heavy, Anne chose to create a sturdy support structure. She mounted 2 cross beams against the wall with a hammer drill. Then she could mount the long beams. Easy and practical!
  4. Mounting the tabletop also went smoothly. It is recommended to lift the tabletop onto the support system with 2 people. Unless you're really strong.
  5. And voila.. now the setup can begin!

Dimensions of My DIY Project

190.0 x 65.0 cm

Tip! Also check out our handy DIY tips!

How next?

This is a project for inspiration. Because our assortment has changed, (some of) the products are no longer available.


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