I love doing some craft projects everyday . Having a store-bought/prefab Craft Desk as big as this one could be expensive for some, especially if it’s custom made to suit a room. But by doing it yourself you could save a lot, like the owners of this craft table who spent only a total of $112.
This Craft Desk with pigeon holes will let you keep everything tidy, organized and close at hand. It’s easy to build and modify to fit your own room as it is basically three shelves connected by the table top frames. Many people like IKEA furniture items because they are affordable, flexible and can be transformed into another useful piece of furniture. As shown in this project, with three IKEA cube bookshelves and some basic supplies, you can build a craft desk with lots of storage space.
Want to have this Craft Desk for your own?
Here are the details you will need for this project.
- 2 sheets – 4’x8′ X 3/4inch Thick MDF (with Melamine top)
- 3 pcs 12′ long 1″x4″ Pine (or your own personal choice of wood)
- 12 Bolts & Nuts (to secure 1″x4″ boards to cubicles)
- 2 pcs -12′ long Trim (your choice for the top edge)
- 3inch Screws (for the pieces of frame)
- 1 quart of White Primer
- 1 quart of white Paint (high gloss)
- 1 tube of Liquid Nails
- 1 tube of Caulk (or Hole Filler)
- Small Finishing Nails (with no head on them)
- Drill & Drill bits
- Philips head for drill
- Tape measure
- Caulk Gun
- Table Saw
What’s best about it is that it gives ample storage with ease of access to everything! With this craft table you can comfortably work on your crafts while keeping everything organized.
Check out the full tutorial from the Little VWS blog…