If you’re a blogger, or someone who works from home, then you know that it’s important to have an office space. It can be difficult to find the perfect desk for your needs and budget. That’s why we came up with 5 different DIY ways that anyone can build their own home office desk!
This desk is perfect for the minimalists on a tight budget. All you need are two IKEA Kallax shelves and some basic tools to put it together. You can get all of your supplies at a big box store, such as Home Depot or Lowe’s, and head home to assemble your desk!
Plywood and an old door
If you have access to power tools like saws or drills then this option might be best for you. It’s easy enough that anyone could build their own plywood desk with just another piece of wood in place of the front panel (an unfinished door works well here). -Antique cabinet turned into office space: We love repurposing old furniture! If you have an antique cabinet that’s not being used then this is the DIY for you. All it takes to turn it into a desk space is some plywood, screws, and wood filler (it doesn’t take much!)
Rustic coffee table into office space
If you’re willing to invest in some power tools then this is a great DIY option. It’s the perfect way to get creative with your space and add an industrial feel to it while still keeping that rustic vibe going on!
Home office desk made out of a dresser
If you have old furniture lying around, or don’t want to spend too much on supplies, then this desk is perfect for you. This DIY only takes a few hours to make and it’s awesome because you can customize the size of your dresser to fit perfectly in whatever space!
Antique cabinet turned into office space
If you have old furniture, or don’t want to invest too much money in supplies then this DIY is a good option for you! All it takes are a few power tools (provided there isn’t any damage) as well as some plywood and screws. The end result is something unique with character left completely up to the builder of course–perfect for those who love creativity!
You may also want to read on: 4 Tips to Design Your Home Office.