This desk is long and skinny it would also work well for a sofa table, a sideboard, or craft table.
"I would like to add that we have since added a File cabinet in to the middle, this is not only great for the storage but it dose give the desk more stability so it doesn't shake when one of us pushes away from the desk."
Step 1: Supplies needed
1 - Hollow core door I used a 15 " wide by 80 " long door you could use one as wide as 18"
4 - Balusters (stair spindles) I used 24" long ones
1- 2 X 4 ( you only need a small amount of this maybe a quarter so you can by or scrounge a smaller length)
8 - Screws 2 & 1/2 " long
4 - Leg plate kits (called a straight top plate)
4 - Double ended screws (one end threaded for wood) make sure they fit your plate kit.
1 - Pack of furniture pads
1 - long piece of molding to cover the front edge
an electric drill
Drill bits and screw driver bits
a nail set
pliers or vicegrips
Step 2: Leg supports
That being said:
You should cut your blocks around 3.5" in length. sand the edges, If for some reason you don't have sand paper take these pieces out to the side walk and rub the edges on the concrete.
I cut 8 because I am making another door into a counter top for my wreck room later.