Published at Tuesday, August 27th, 2019 - 16:36:30 PM. Office Desk. By Paulette Ruest.
With a large part of the population of the workforce working out of their homes, home office desks are multiplying in variety and availability. You can find them in so many shapes, sizes and styles that they will literally go with just about any home decor. If your home office is a fairly modular, simple and clean look, a metal framed drafting-table-style office desk may be just what you are looking for. There’s enough plenty of room for your computer and whatever other devices you may need, or you can clear it all off and have a place to spread out plans or photographs. If your home is traditional in style and you want an office desk to complement that, a conventional roll top desk would be nice. The best part about it is that you can close it down at the end of the day, or anytime you want to hide your messy ”office”.
You cannot just jump in and start painting without priming it first. Apply a layer of primer to the desk after sanding it and leave it for a day to let it dry properly. Once the primer dries, you can go ahead with the painting. For painting you would need a paint brush and roller. Apply the paint properly and since the desks require a second coat of painting, let the first coat of paint dry. Once it dries, add the second coat of paint. To give the desk a bright and polished look, apply varnish after painting it. Once you are done with this process, your desk will be ready to use. Though painting an old office desk does not call for skill, if you are not sure about your expertise, get a professional for the job.
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