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Day 2 of desk build. Don’t mind the garage – it too is a work in progress. Yesterday that entire area had Christmas boxes stacked up.

I won’t say it came without frustration, and despite its imperfections (hey, never built a piece of furniture before – I’m just amazed it stands up straight), it will be worth it in the end.

These are just a few pictures I took, mostly after everything was done (for safety reasons, it’s not very easy – or wise – to take action shots when you’re working alone in a garage).

But  you get the idea.

The table top is not yet attached to the legs, and I still need to add a support beam along the back, but the desk (well, one of them) is looking pretty good so far. I still need to patch the screw holes (and one imperfection) with wood filler, paint it, and build desk frame #2. Then I’ll have to build storage. A full play-by-play and final reveal is coming soon.

Oh, and after taking all of these pictures, I realize one of the pieces (on the right) is actually upside down. Frig.

It’s going to be a long week :)

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