Introduction: Corner Desk With a Worn and Old Furniture

To make this corner desk made me a lot of things
this is my first tutorial so please bear with us considering the fact that my English is not good

My 4 year old daughter does not have a desk for your computer

Organizing clutter
because in my utility room which lie hidden in the furniture does not need the furniture and are used with defects


 I like to tinker and manipulate old useless stuff I came up with idea to design a corner desk with height adjustment using existing furniture and waste such as chipboard, furniture hardware and other stuff

Giving a second life of the furniture and waste
protecting the environment

  This project was to give some savings to buy instead of a desk for about 50-100euro
such as for example

  Instructables recently discovered and am fascinated by the ideas of its users.
So when I learned of the Instructables contest is furniture and I am a new user I thought that I could build on the occasion of the desk to create a step by step tutorial on how to build such or like a desk or other piece of furniture with just the old or unnecessary things

canmy projectwill inspiresomeoneto createsomethingreallyprofessional andgranderthan mine, bearing a well-equippedworkshop, or evenhavinga fewtoolsthatI'mjustat the momenthas

Step 1:

So to do my desk I needed / had

I would liketohighlightallthe furniturecomes fromone setof modularfurnituresystem-of: black red whitefromtip-topseriesof the same colorandveneer-in this case-clone nida.

Step 2:

Desk that is fit for the 3-4 year old child and / or adult
With more simple design (no professional tools)
A simple way to raise and lower operating chipboard without the use of tools and mechanisms which do not have to use

Solid and safe design for children without access to cable without dangerous sharp edges or the angles
simple design (the more complicated structure the greater the risk of committing an error and almost every plate of furniture has some purpose and some defects in the furniture rubbing scratches, etc. So in the event of the destruction it creates additional problems

1 Pencil
2 sheet of paper
3 Brain;-)
Deliberations over the whole design took me about 4 hours from tens of minutes to an hour a day
I changed several times and the system designs on the head came to the conclusion that this structure will be the best for access to such material and of such tools which I have
I did not use to design a program to support CAD design as math, I always have on hand, and when I think only good will come to a head I can sketch
Well, I do not have too much time to sit at the computer and create more designs and try them. imagination had done everything J

Completeexecutiontook meaboutfour dayson averageafter5 hours

Step 3:

What tools I used
1 Power Tools
a- manual circular saw
c- mini grinder
2 hand tools
d- Phillips screwdriver
i- measure
j-allen key
k- 8mm wooden pegs
l- wood glue
m-wallpaper knife
n- saws
o- Hack Saw
p- some clamps
q- screws with drill
r- pliers
and Sandpaper to finish the edge

Materials that I had to buy it
-4 Art m5x30mm head screws semicircular
-4 Plus washers m5
-4 Wing nut m5
for 1 euro
- The electrical installation guides
bean-with holes for around 5 euros
- Other elements, such as guides for drawers, supporting poles underneath a shelf display come from the old sofa, serve as legs.

Step 4:

proceed to work
First you have to disassemble furniture

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Step 7:

I have a few more photos

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