Corner computer armoire can save a surprising amount of space because it has a reduced footprint and keeps open the walls. A corner data table combines these benefits with improved concentration. If you face a corner while you work, you have fewer distractions. Plus, a hard drive gives parents a solid picture of what their children can work on or watch. This project takes less than two hours.
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Cut the plywood for corner computer armoire slab in half on the diagonal. If you are inexperienced to cut straight lines, you can have a farmhouse or home improvement center doing this when you buy the woodwork. Sand all surfaces and edges in plywood. You can also sand the posts if you want, but they will not have much contact with anything.
Mount one of the 30-inch posts at the right angle of your desk. Place it 1 1/2 inches from either edge, and set it at a 45 degree angle to the angle of plywood. Screw two wooden screws down through the plywood and into the end of the insert. Install the other 30-inch posts in the other two corner computer armoire, and place them 1 1/2 inches from the vertex. Place the posts so that their edges run parallel to the edges of posts in the far corner.