This desk build is honestly so super easy and a great way to have an awesome new desk.
Diy desk with hairpin legs.
Use pocket holes to connect the 2x12s.
Make your desk about 48.
This is so cool.
Two 2 24 x48 project panels 3 4 thick each wood glue 21x 1 1 4 wood screws polycrylic paintbrush four 4 28 tall hairpin legs example uses powder coated hairpin legs in mint 120 and 220 grit sandpaper electric sander.
For a stable table you ll need two hairpin legs attached to the area where the pieces overlap.
Also some wood stain screws and a top coat.
For this design to look nice and be stable in both a corner position and a long position i suggest placing your last two hairpin legs centered over the square you drew so that they are about 1 2 away from the square and facing.
Glass top optional adding the hairpin legs.
Prep your hairpin legs make sure they are clean.
Use a 3 8 router bit and round the edges of the panel board.
Instructions spray paintthe hairpin legs first.
Here is what you ll need to recreate your very own diy hairpin desk table.
All you need is a plank of wood of your choice live edge is super trendy right now and some hair pin legs.
Drill drill bits.
Chalk mineral paint drop cloth paintbrush.
The board is a little wider than what my miter saw can handle so i cut it.
Stain the boards completely top and bottom.
Today on modern builds i m making diy steel hairpin legs for a live edge slab table i worked on with johnny brooke from crafted workshop and cressel anderson.
Using a miter saw cut the panel boardto 32.
I built aiden this one a couple years ago so i wanted jake s to be similar but i slightly modified the design to include some storage bins and some additional secret storage bins that pop open using magnets.
They will dry while you are working on the top of the desk.