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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Easy to Build Reclaimed Wood Desk

  Desk Week Easy to Build Reclaimed Wood Desk

Our American site has been running a “desk week” campaign, they have been challenging their customers to innovate new styles of desks, the results of this campaign have been overwhelming. Providing support and assistance where needed, Simplified have helped to bring a multitude of ideas into reality, utilising Kee Klamp fittings and tube to ensure that the resulting product fulfills the specific requirements of each individual customer.

Created By

Andrew H.


Make a beautiful home office desk out of reclaimed barn wood.


Andrew's desk has a lot of character, and the construction is fairly simple. Kee Klamp fittings make the tube base construction easy. Andrew also used a very straightforward method for joining the boards.

Andrew used a standard Simple Table Basic kit to form the base for the table.

The table base was painted a glossy gunmetal color.

The panel at the front of the desk was designed to hide wires.

Angle brackets were used to connect the barn wood together. The angle brackets were also painted to match the tube and fittings.

Building Tips

Building a desktop of reclaimed wood is easier than you think. Simply cut the wood to equal lengths and screw it together with a section of angle brackets.

The panel on the front of the desk is a great way to hide computer wires, enhancing the look of the desk. 70-7 rail supports make it easy to attach the front panel.

Parts Used in this Desk

1 x Simple Table Basic kit

2 x 70-7 Rail Supports - Used to attach the front panel

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Easy to Build Reclaimed Wood Desk

Easy to Build Reclaimed Wood Desk

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