Corner Desk – A corner shelf can be used on the surface of several desk types that have a single 90-degree corner, including L-shaped desktops and a simple rectangular desk. Whether it’s monitoring your child’s homework time or keeping organized phone messages, a corner kitchen service is a creative way to use the space. A corner desk is essentially a half desk, shaped like a triangle to fit in the corner. The reception is then mounted directly on the wall and can be supported by the legs at the outer edges, although legs are not always required. Measure the corner where the table will go and decide how far you will reach the desk.
Mark the spots on the wall, and then measure diagonally how long you will be in front of the table. Draw the triangular shape on your solid wood board with a carpenter’s pencil, paying special attention to all measurements. Cut the triangle with a jigsaw and sand the edges so they are smooth. Sand, the entire corner desk to remove the chips. Start with 90 grit, and then finish sanding with a round of 120 grit. Always sand with the grain and do not press it hard. Paint or stain the table with your personal preferences. If you are using a stain, you will also want to seal the wood with a varnish of a smooth, easy-to-clean finish.
Run the studies finder in the corner desk and mark all the wooden poles. There must be at least two uprights along the wall. Fit the mounting brackets against the wall and mark the screw holes. The mounting bracket must be mounted directly on the uprights for the best support. Pilot holes in the wall where the support screws will be placed. Adjust the brackets in place and screw in place with the 2-inch wood screws. Set the counter at the top of the brackets and secure it using underneath the 1-inch wood screws.