Published on February 16th, 2016 | by IH guest


Slim Mid-Century Laptop Desk

Slim Mid-Century Laptop Desk


I had the boards cut at the Home Depot, so I was sanded and was ready to go.


Step 1: Follow the instructions to pre-stain and stain the boards.

Step 2: Use a brad nailer to attach the boards to the shelf.

Slim Mid-Century Laptop Desk

Slim Mid-Century Laptop Desk

Step 3: Drill hair pin legs to bottom.

Slim Mid-Century Laptop Desk

See the full tutorial here.

~ Lauren Koster

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One Response to Slim Mid-Century Laptop Desk

  1. Daniel Hertlein says:

    This is one of my favorite hacks ever. Great job. Thanks for the detailed tutorial.

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