Small corner computer desk – Most standard desktops have become decidedly outdated and inconvenient. Many barely enough room for anything other than home computer. Corner desks solve this problem by providing double the surface area while taking advantage of room space that would otherwise not be utilized. Make your own basic small corner computer desk to meet both your computer and non-computer needs with room to spare.
Build a small corner computer desk, cut one rectangle of plywood measures 5 meters by 3 meters. Use sawhorses and hand power saw to cut this piece in half width-wise by means of an angled line; this line will range from two meters from the end on the left side up to three meters from the same end on the right side, creating a 45 degree angle cut. When facing one of these pieces turned upside down and press the angled edges of the pieces together, they will form a 90 degree angle to fit into the corner of a room. Cut six rectangles measuring 3 1/2 meters with 1 1/2 feet of the legs of the desk. Make the short wooden strips to the desktop lip.
Collect desktop pieces on top of sawhorses using wood glue and wood biscuits. Cut six to eight seats in each edge of the angled sides of the desk pieces, spacing them evenly and identical, so they will line up when placed together. Line up lip pieces to the edge of the desk piece, lining up the four strips desk edges of the same length and location of the lips so they hang from the edge of the small corner computer desk. Add desktop head on the floor to secure the legs. Secure the legs with wood glue. Turn your desktop, right side up to strength glued legs with screws. Sand the desktop with the disk sander. Lacquer used, if desired, according to the manufacturer’s instructions.