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Child's Desk and Chair Set - One weekend and a single sheet of plywood is all that's required to make this compact Child's Desk and Chair Set.


Computer Desk - This project makes an excellent study carrel or computer desk using just a single sheet of 3/4" plywood and some one-by strips.


Computer Desk - Make a Computer Desk with one sheet of Plywood in one weekend, for under $100.00.


Corner Cabinet - A desktop and computer desk accessories transform this corner cabinet into a handsome, functional work center. A retractable keyboard shelf supports the keyboard at an easy working height. Most furniture sold in stores does not fit well in a corner. But due to its triangular shape and efficient design, a built-in corner cabinet fits naturally into any room corner.


Davenport Desk - This walnut desk has secret drawers, brass gallery and a pop-up back with steel actuating mechanism.


Greek Key Desk - This is an original design by Armand Sussman, an amateur furniture maker living in Pennsylvania. The design creates an illusion of wood twisting and turning. By using contrasting woods, an endless stripe is created, adding movement to this piece. The glass top serves as a work surface, but it doesn’t obscure the base.


Office Desk - This has plenty of storage space--seven drawers in all--and plenty of surface area too, nearly 16 sq. ft. Its cool, clean lines suggest a seriousness of purpose that's good for any work environment.


Personal Secretary Desk - This handsome mahogany desk is beautiful and useful.


Popular Mechanics Anniversary Desk - A good desk does more than provide a central work surface for paperwork. With a full complement of drawers, it handles all your home-office storage needs--from tape dispensers and staplers to file folders and stationery.


Secretary Desk - This style of secretary desk is very handy for writing out the bills and other necessary paperwork. One nice thing is that when you get sick and tired of all this accounting, you can just flip up the lid and all papers, envelopes and check stubs fall inside, neatly out of sight and mind. Seriously though, it provides good storage, takes little space, and gives a fair size desk area to work on.

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