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18 DIY Sawhorse Desk Plans

While staying indoors, you might always be doing something or the other at your desk like browsing the web, making to-do lists for the house, or paying bills. So it simply means you are in dire need of a sawhorse desk that boasts of multiple utilities in addition to playing the role of a hallway console or a drawing room centerpiece. It’s time you turn your attention to these DIY sawhorse tables to create your custom workspace, adding some interior beauty as well.

DIY Sawhorse Desk Plans

Pallet Sawhorse Desk

Made from distressed pallets and galvanized steel sawhorses, the well-furnished table is a great inspiration for a modern living space having a plethora of purposes.

Sawhorse Desk

Sawhorse Desk

How to Make Sawhorse Desk

Highlight the details of this small sawhorse desk, starting with the legs using solid color stains while retaining the rustic look of the wooden table top to complement your interiors with a dash of some antique flavor.

DIY Sawhorse Desk

DIY Sawhorse Desk

Sawhorse Double Desk

An eclectic mix of modern and vintage charisma with a sleek sawhorse desk giving you the advantage of using it as your ideal workspace or study table. Squeeze some captivating colors and replenish the otherwise unadorned table.

Sawhorse Desk with Legs

Sawhorse Desk with Legs

Building Sawhorse Desk

A sturdy sawhorse table, showcasing an industrial look standing tall on rich tone hardwood floor against the woody walls providing a mind-blowing contrast. Who will not fall in love with this cute handmade workstation?

White Sawhorse Desk

White Sawhorse Desk

Simple Sawhorse Desk

Here is a contemporary dining solution for the interior decoration connoisseurs. The more the family members, the longer is the sawhorse table. With upholstered chairs surrounding the desk, your dining room looks incredibly enthralling.

Sawhorse Desk Plan

Sawhorse Desk Plan

Brown Sawhorse Desk

The rugged sawhorse table centrally placed and covered with a floral-printed table cover grabs the eyeballs from the entry. Use shorter sawhorses for converting it into a grand coffee table.

Sawhorse Desk

Sawhorse Desk

Outdoor Sawhorse Desk

Instead of using metal trestle legs, you can build the sawhorses with leftover wood. Attach small drawers to the desk for making it storage-friendly.

Sawhorse Trestle Desk

Sawhorse Trestle Desk

Cheap Sawhorse Desk

The crispiness of the metal brackets paired with the jet-black tabletop brings an aesthetic feel to the room.

Sawhorse Standing Desk

Sawhorse Standing Desk

Steel Sawhorse Desk

Metal Sawhorse Desk

Metal Sawhorse Desk

Upcycled Sawhorse Desk

Add a yellow element to your study room with a sit and stand sawhorse desk for some architecture appeal.

Adjustable Sawhorse Desk

Adjustable Sawhorse Desk

Sawhorse Desk: Do It Yourself

Sawhorse Bracket Desk

Sawhorse Bracket Desk

Making Sawhorse Table

You don’t need a high stool when working on the desk as its overall size fits the bill for any room, including the loft.

Wood Sawhorse Desk

Wood Sawhorse Desk

Dining Sawhorse Table

Fashioned from few leftover wooden planks and clasped with steel brackets the classy sawhorse table is all about versatility and uniqueness.

Sawhorse Bench Desk

Sawhorse Bench Desk

Cool Sawhorse Desk Ideas

A bit of innovative thinking is needed to create this sawhorse desk with a glass top that reflects an exceptional design currently trending in most modern homes. You can skip the step of cutting out the wooden top and just simply place the glass top on the sawhorses.

Glass Sawhorse Desk

Glass Sawhorse Desk

Sawhorse Hairpin Legs Desk

Sawhorse Hairpin Legs Desk

The glossy sawhorse desk does not demand any unnecessary adornment, making sure that there is no wasted space.

Pier One Sawhorse Desk

Pier One Sawhorse Desk

Sawhorse Desk with Base

Sawhorse Desk with Base

Give your traditional home decor a fabulous update by revealing this avant-garde working sawhorse table.

Small Sawhorse Desk

Small Sawhorse Desk

Constructing an ultra-modern sawhorse desk or a mid-century table only requires some readily-available wooden supplies that can be purchased from thrift store rather than visiting a stuffy flea market. The ideas are right at your doorstep but bringing some modifications to them will enable you to build some timeless masterpieces with minimum expenditure.

Published on September 23rd 2015 by

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