White Corner Desk – Desks mounted on the corner wall can be made use of a space in the house that may have been wasted space on the floor. By creating a corner desk, the area for the desk is maximized without the need for a significant amount of space in the room. Assembling a corner desk can provide adequate space for a computer workstation, as well as a place to store household bills and other business home items. Use a table saw to cut two 3-foot by 3-foot pieces of birch plywood 3/4 inches from the top of the desk. Adjust the table saw guide to a 45-degree angle. Cut the ends of the pieces of plywood that will meet in the corner.
Be sure to adjust the saw so that it cuts the 45-degree angle in the correct direction. Some saws require a board to be turned upside down during the cut so that the two parts fit correctly. Smooth all the rough edges of the plywood with a hand sander. Clean the sanding dust with a soft cloth. Dye and seal the wood. Let the dye dry. Place the prepared pieces of the white corner desk to the mounted shelf supports. Place the two halves of the desk so the corner seam is smooth and fits tightly together. To fasten the two halves together by placing 2 inches per piece of 2-inch scrap of your plywood through the seam at the bottom of the desk.
Secure the plywood pieces on the bottom of the white corner desk with 1-inch wood screws. Place at least three plywood supports along the length of the corner seam. Cut two 3-foot pieces of the 2-inch molding. Cut a 45-degree angle at the ends of the molding that will meet at the corner of the table. These pieces will finish the appearance of the front of the table. Cut two 2-inch molding pieces, each 3 feet long, at a 45-degree angle to the cut end of the molding that will be opposite the wall.