|Project by WoodScrap||posted 01-22-2013 01:20 AM||3030 views||6 times favorited||7 comments|
My Daughter (awesome by the way – yes she is sitting right here) recently moved back home while her Husband is deployed in Afganistan for a year. I told her that I would build her as many pieces of furniture I could in that time provided she helped with the sanding and finishing. This is the first piece. She works remotely from home doing data management so she needed a big @$$ desk for all her monitors and files. The basic design is copied from a Pottery Barn desk. It is modular with each unit approximately 22” wide x 18” deep. Since they are modular you can mix and match, arranging the units as desired. Although I show them all together they can be seperated as well and grouped in differnet areas of the office or other rooms all together. The wood is Red Oak with an English Chestnut stain. The two file cabinets have drawers that are designed to allow legal sized hanging folders in one direction or letter size in the other. There are two adjustable book shelve units, a three drawer and a CPU unit. The tops are all removable so you can choose which two to use under the corner unit top. The hutch on top is three seperate units so she can move them from one side to the other. They are the perfect height for the PC monitors. I was one drawer handle short as you can see. Lastly there is a secret compartment just for fun.
Thanks for looking.
-- Rick -Tulsa