Free Woodworking Plans - Computer Desks

  •  Easy Desktop Organizer
    You only need one board to make this nifty desktop organizer. Check out the link and see what tools and steps you take to make one for your desk.
  •  House Frame Kids Desk
    You could build a plain desk for your child but you could also build this house frame desk for bonus points. Follow the free step-by-step plans at the link.
  •  Modern Vanity Desk
    This modern vanity desk is perfect for a childs bedroom. It features two drawers and the middle section hinges up with a mirror and space for storage. Free building plans at the link.
  •  Desk Organizer
    Clear space on your desk by building this wooden desk organizer. This one was built using 1/2 inch plywood but you can use a wood of your choice.
  •  Monitor Riser Desk Organizer
    Build a monitor riser with space for getting your desk organized using the free woodworking instructions available at the link.
  •  Fold Down Desk for a Child
    This fold down desk is perfect for a childs room where space is usually at a premium. It is easy to build and install using the free building plans at the link.
  •  Writing Desk with Drawer
    This beautiful simple writing desk features one large drawer. You will find the free woodworking plans to build it at the link.
  •  Desktop Laptop Stand
    This easy to build laptop stand project, will allow you to set up your laptop just about anywhere. With only a few materials and basic tools, you can build a laptop stand, and it should be a quick project using these free plans.
  •  Desk Organizer
    Here is an easy project you can knock out in a couple of hours including drying time. Free plans to build your own organizer perfect for your desk.
  •  One Piece Student Desk
    This desk has the table portion and seat attached together to become one piece. Perfect for small spaces. Free building plans are available at the link.
  • More Free Woodworking Projects - Computer Desks

  •  Standing Desk
    While this desk is on the large size it is a great height for a standing desk. Build it using these free woodworking plans.
  •  Stand Up Desk PDF
    Use the free downloadable plans and the free video to help you build a stand up desk. This one was built using 3/4 inch thick plywood.
  •  Lazy Susan for Desk Supplies
    Keep your office supplies corralled on your desk by building this lazy susan.
  •  Standing Desk
    Build this standing desk using these free plans. You can easily adjust the length to make the desk surface larger.
  •  Narrow Standing Desk
    This standing desk only takes up a little room and gives you a space for your device. Build it with these free plans.
  •  Desktop Catapult
    Build this fun desktop catapult with only scrap wood, a couple of dowels and some rubber bands. Follow along at the link and see how it was built.
  •  Desk with X Legs
    Build this handsome desk that features X legs and has a drawer. Free plans at the link.
  •  Floating Desk
    Build this wall mounted floating desk using these free step-by-step woodworking plans.
  •  Chippendale Desk
    Free plans to build a modern chippendale desk using readily available panel inserts.
  •  Modern Desk
    Build this sleek modern desk using the step-by-step plan at the link.
  • Computer Desks Woodworking Plans for sale

  •  Childrens Elephant 3-in-1 Rocker, Highchair & Desk Woodworking Pattern
    We hope you enjoy our 3-in-1 children furniture piece, a combination design of rocker, highchair and desk. With no moving parts, this sturdy piece of furniture can be constructed from 3/4 inch thick plywood material (or solid lumber). You can easily narrow or widen the width of the project to accommodate 1 or 2 children. Measurements provides are for the highchair, its play area (tray surface) is 32 inches off the floor.
  •  Childrens Ladybug Desk Woodworking Plan
    All pieces are cut from one sheet of 3/4 inch plywood. Each piece locks together - no fasteners are needed. Easily disassembles for flat storage. For ages 2 to 10. Work table measures 20 x 14 inches.
  •  Desktop Trebuchet Woodworking Plan
    A miniature trebuchet for your desktop! Launch small items over 20 feet! Base frame measures approximately 7-1/2 inches high x 11 inches long x 8 inches wide.
  •  The Nothin-Fancy L-Shaped Plywood Desk
    The nothin-fancy desk. All you need is one sheet of plywood. With some careful cutting you can make a corner desk that will serve you for years of use. The measurements given are the maximum size that can be made from one sheet. If you need a shorter size, simply reduce the size of the parts of the desk you wish to change. Basic instructions included, simply follow the cutting guide and assemble using simple butt joints.
  •  Retro Desk Clock Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    You do not have to remember black-and-white television to enjoy this clock. The test pattern, rabbit-ear antenna, and retro styling are all you need to take you back to those thrilling days of yesteryear.
  •  Desk Plaque and Pencil Block Downloadable Scrollsaw Craft Pattern PDF
    Desk plaques are easy to make and popular. Draw letters and cut from scrap wood. We style our letters using our simple alphabet plan (not included) but you can use whatever letters you want. Easily scale the pattern on your printer to make the size you want. A perfect beginner project for scouting, guides and 4H Club woodworking projects.
  •  Desktop Catapult Woodworking Plan.
    A real, working catapult in miniature for your desktop! Have fun launching small wiffle balls or ping-pong balls across the room, reaching a distance of over 18 feet!
  •  Kids Oak Desk Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    Part of our childrens bedroom ensemble, featuring the same groove-and-panel construction and decorative arch details, its modest styling makes it a good fit in any setting. Another plan in this childrens collection is plan no. 31-MD-00218 dresser (sold separately).
  •  Letter Opener and Bonus Desk Set Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    Do not toss your scraps - turn them into something useful. This letter-perfect opener may not make bills more fun to open, but it will let you enjoy your woodworking firsthand. If you like the look of this hardwood letter opener, you may want to spend a few more hours crafting the other four pieces of our matching desk set, which we have included as a bonus: a paper clip holder, envelope holder, pencil holder, and writing set.
  •  Turtle Writing Desk Woodworking Plan.
    All pieces are cut from one sheet of 3/4 inch plywood. For ages 2 to 10. Patterns drawn FULL SIZE. Work table measures 20 x 14 inches. See also the Ladybug Writing Desk 19-W2652. Order two large green...
  •  Easy to Make Desk Clock Woodworking Plan
    With just five simple parts and a pattern for cutting the arch, you can build this handsome timepiece in a couple of hours. You need only a small amount of wood, two screws, and an inexpensive clock m...
  •  Rolltop Writing Desk Woodworking Plan
    Most roll-top desk woodworking plans call for desks too massive for most homes and too complex for most busy woodworkers. With that in mind, Jim Downing, our design editor, came up with this gracefull...
  •  Granmas Roll Top Desk Woodworking Plan - Child Size
    These plans help you build a 34 inch tall child sized roll top desk. Imagine having all the nooks and crannies this desk has when you were a child! Lots of storage for little treasures is sure to build imaginations and make this fine piece of furniture an instant favorite as well as an heirloom. View the Larger Image Slideshow for pictures of the actual plan.
  •  Queen Anne Desk Vintage Woodworking Plan
    This Queen Anne desk with simple elegant lines is easier to make than you think with ready-made legs and moldings. This pattern has traceable pieces. This is a vintage woodworking plan. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying.
  •  Mission style Workstation Desk Woodworking Plan
    Complimenting our Mission style collection, this desk has a work surface of 29 x 47 inches PLUS the desktop organizer. Complete mortise and tenon construction but you could use screws instead. Use whatever wood material your budget will allow, best built using a hardwood. Measurements shown is for the desk only. With the organizer the overall height is 35.25 inches.
  •  Kids Oak Desk Woodworking Plan
    Part of our childrens bedroom ensemble, featuring the same groove-and-panel construction and decorative arch details, its modest styling makes it a good fit in any setting. Other plans included in ...
  •  Art Deco Desk Clock Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    Simple technique and a drop-in clock movement make this a quick build. The clock base measures 7-1/2 inches wide, and the clock stand 7-1/2 inches high. The perfect size for your desktop.
  •  On The Go Lap Desk Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    Here is a project to stir a youth to action in the shop. It features easy-to-make parts and super simple glue-and-screw joinery. Whether at home or on the road, kids will enjoy writing and drawing on this portable slant-top desk. It keeps their art supplies organized and handy whenever inspiration strikes. Now team up with a youngster and build, along with the project, great memories. Included in the plan is a shop tip to perfect plugs made easy.
  •  Drop Front Desk Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    With its compact footprint, this desk serves as a perfect computer workstation in the kitchen or bedroom. The handsome frame-and-panel case will be a focal point wherever you put it. Create striking panels like the one on the desks door by just gluing veneer to MDF. Included with this plan is the accompanying article on Very Easy Veneering. Or, simply skip the veneering and use cherry plywood.
  •  Trestle Desk Vintage Woodworking Plan
    This is a vintage woodworking plan. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying. Build the desk from any cabinet grade wood or well seasoned pine. If you choose to use pine with knots, select boards with small, sound knots. Let the lumber stand in your home for a week or so to let the moisture content stabilize. Refer to the materials list (on the plan) for exact quantities. Full-size layouts and curved patterns are part of the plan to help you through the building process.
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