This plan contains the cut list, materials list, plywood cut map, detailed steps, instructions and 3D drawings to build this DIY storage desk with 9 drawers.
The overall dimensions are 72″ wide, 22″ deep, and 30 1/2″ tall. The plans detail how to build the desk as shown, but the molding is cut to fit. This allows the option to customize your molding choices and your furniture feet as well.
The majority of the desk is made from 3/4″ PureBond cabinet grade plywood, with 1×3 and 1×2 trim details. The front is trimmed out as well as the sides so this desk is perfect for putting up against a wall or placing in the middle of a room. It’s gorgeous from all sides.
Recommended tools to build this include miter saw, circular saw, drill, pocket hole jig, nail gun, and pocket hole jig. A table saw or router is recommended as well if you wish to add dadoes in your drawers for the drawer bottoms. Otherwise, you can glue and nail or staple the bottoms in place.
You can see the tutorial for this project at: https://www.woodshopdiaries.com/diy-storage-desk/
And the video tutorial is at: https://youtu.be/wPKXh2N0vjU
|Recommended Tools||Miter saw, circular saw, drill, nail gun, pocket hole jig, table saw (optional)|
|Materials||3/4" plywood, 1/4" plywood, 1x2 boards, 1x3 boards, molding, furniture feet, drawer slides|
|License||Single Use License, not for professional use|
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The cost will mostly depend on the cost and grade of plywood you use. I’m the DC metropolitan area and cabinet grade birch plywood from a big box store is about $85/sheet for a sheet of 3/4 and about $45/sheet for a sheet of 1/4. If you go with softwood plywood, you can generally cut you cost in half. If you opt in for baltic birch from a hardwood supplier, you can expect to pay twice as much. I decided to go with the first option and expect to pay about $300 plus the cost of hardware (another $100 or so). Depending on the area where you live, you can expect to pay as little as $200 or as much as $500-$600 to build this. It will be more expensively than an IKEA desk, but definitely sturdier and not made out of paper.
How much will everything cost only for the wood materials?
Lumber prices vary by location and have increased lately. It’s best to take the materials list and check these prices in your area to figure your estimated cost to build. You can find the materials list in the blog post for this project here:
wondering what the shopping list contains looking for a cost of materials.
trying to build one for a friend, and can not give him an estimate, without knowing how much wood I will need to purchase. the finishes and hardware cost I can get without any issues.
The materials list is in the link
What are the sizes of the cuts
The cuts are listed in the plans. You can purchase and download them to receive the cut list
Where is the video of this build?
The video is linked above!