Floating Desk Diy – A floating wall desk build the same basic design as a floating table, darkening the supporting construction in a section of the work base recess. This type of desk cannot be very deep since the laws of physics explain that pressure on the face multiplies exponentially as the surface gets farther from the wall.
However, a wide and shallow floating desk diy can do a good job space for a laptop or a specialized workspace. To build the work surface, use 1/2 inch thick plywood. You will need two pieces to form the side edges, one piece to form the leading edge and two sheets to form the top and bottom faces. Build a support structure using five beams of 2 by 2 inches. From hardware, you will need 4-inch nails and screws. Necessary tools include a hammer or nail gun, wood glue, an electric drill with screwdriver bits and sandpaper.
It may or may not stain and sealer or primer and paint, depending on its decoration. Cut the wood to the dimensions you want for the floating desk diy, keeping the table no more than 2 feet deep. Assemble the side edges and front edges of the work surface in a “C” shape. Glue in position and let it dry. Once dry, they are reinforced with two nails per joint. Slide the work surface over the wall support structure.