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Wooden DIY organizer and monitor stand finished with adhesive foil d-c-fix® Concrete White.

What’s holding your monitor up: Your DIY desk organizer!

Project from Chris -

Honestly: Particularly when working from home, we spend a lot of time at our desk. And the more time we spend there, the more chaotic and confusing it gets. In addition, the monitor is often positioned too low for comfort when working. We have the perfect DIY answer to the chaos and the awkwardly-placed screen: A wooden DIY organizer, stylishly finished with d-c-fix® Concrete White in the trendy concrete look, to stand your monitor on. on the organizer holds the keyboard, mouse and the most important tools for daily work. This helps you keep your desk tidy, have important tools and information at hand, and protect your keyboard from dust. Treat yourself now to the DIY organizer as a business upgrade for a relaxed working environment!

Great 2-in-1 DIY: Organizer & monitor stand jazz up your desk!    

You will need…

  • d-c-fix® Concrete White
  • Wood panels, cut to size (2 x 60 x 20 cm, approx. 1.5 cm thick)
  • Wooden spacers, cut to size (3 x 5 x 20 cm, approx. 1.5 cm thick)
  • Sandpaper/sander
  • Wood glue

  • 3 gluing clamps
  • Straight edge/ruler
  • Pencil
  • Utility knife
  • Scraper

Let’s go

Step 1

First, sand down all edges and corners.

Step 2

Now place a board on the floor and place the three spacers upright on this board: Two spacers are set flush with the outside edges, the third is placed slightly off-center to leave enough room for the keyboard. Mark the position with a pencil.

Step 3

Then spread wood glue on the underside of the three spacers and put them in the appropriate places. Wipe it off any excess glue with a cloth.

Step 4

Then spread glue on the top of the three spacers and carefully place the second panel on top of them.

Step 5

Now hold the structure in place with three gluing clamps – for this, it is best to put the wooden organizer at an angle over a table edge so that the clamps can be fastened. Let the whole thing dry for at least an hour.

Step 6

Now cut out the Concrete White adhesive foil with an allowance to cover the edges at the front and back. Press the foil firmly down on the organizer’s top panel with the scraper.

You’re done!

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