This PDF build plan for this sweet little desk includes the cut list, materials list, detailed steps, and 3D drawings to help you build your own. You can also find build photos, more photos of the finished desk, and a build overview video to help you build your own.
You can see the full steps and build photos on my site, here: https://abbottsathome.com/diy-kids-desk-storage-plans/
You can see the video tutorial for th is DIY Kid’s Desk here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMxdej-pcF0
I love this little desk and so do my boy’s. They fill those drawers with art projects, school work, and all the little treasures they want to keep. If you’re homeschooling, this desk has plenty of room for schoolwork and books. And that desktop is a large space for getting work done.
This desk was designed for elementary-aged kids. The finished dimensions for this desk are 26″ high, 20″ deep, and 40″ wide. But, you can adjust the height and width for older kids.
I built 2 versions of this desk for my 2 kids. The red version has light blue drawers, flat panels and a 3/4″ Birch plywood top. The blue version has tan drawers, beadboard panels and a 1/2″ Maple plywood top. Customize the panels, top, and colors to design your own desk.
|Recommended Tools||Miter saw, circular saw, drill, nail gun, pocket hole jig, power sander|
|Materials||2x2 boards, 1/2" plywood, 3/4" plywood, 1/4" plywood or beadboard, moulding, and drawer slides|
|License||Single Use License. Not for professional use or Resale|
|Category||Children & Teen, Desks, Farmhouse, Intermediate, Traditional|