Corner armoire desk – Most of the time, using the space in the corners of our homes is inconvenient and means doors slap into walls or hugs your body in a small space to get there. However, the bedroom corner is suitable for storing clothes we do not wear and beds that are in off season. A corner armoire allows you to use this space effectively without mowing or distorting the body
Measure the corners of your corner armoire desk to see the dimensions are the right ones. Avoid crossing windows and doors or trim around the edges of them. Most Armoires are 2 meters deep. If you are looking for more of the curiosity, then shallow as 1 foot from the center of the door in the corner works well. Angle a 45 degree circle saw, and use a guide to cut a sheet with 1/2 inch plywood size. Cut knots to size and mitral front ends. The boards are placed next to each other on the floor, and use a box to draw lines 1/2 inch from the top and bottom of the boards.
Place beads with glue on plywood along the pencil lines, and put blocks on them. Nail the spikes into wood. Use a butt joint to keep plywood pieces at a 90 degree angle. Glue along the angle, and then hammer the pieces together. Saw 1/2-inch poplar work to size for upper and lower parts of your corner armoire desk, sand them and nail them in bars. Choose a hanging stand that is mounted on the roof of your armoire and fits your measurements no closer than halfway to the front. Install the hanging racket.