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Tiny House Furniture #5–Simple Stackable Desk

This desk is small, sleek and stack-able.

The idea is that since the desk is small you won’t find a lot of things to put on it. And if needed all the pieces can be stacked away in one simple location.

Like the piece that holds your monitor, keyboard, printer, etc.

This beautiful desk is made by Heckler Design and is sure to inspire you.


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Available in plenty of different colors:


For more pictures visit the OneLessDesk group FlickR page.

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Images by Tyson Crosbie

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • Avatar Davidrc

    Very nice. If you can live without the curves, it’s very doable as a wood DIY project.

  • Thanks Alex and Davidrc!
    But Davidrc, can you really think you could live without the curves?

  • Avatar Davidrc

    Sure. There are techniques for plywood bending but I don’t know them. I could do it in metal, not tooled for it. Working with what I have and know.

  • Avatar Davidrc

    I knew your were ragging, difficult to put put tones in these things. Still in the plotting and planning stage so it’ll be awhile. And yes, I’d noted the bends and the stiffening brace, as I’ve noted in other comments, here and there, if I can see a thing I can build a reasonable version of it. Though the first one may not be the prettiest ever seen.

  • Davidrc, I was just teasing you. I’d like to see the results of your DIY. Perhaps a routed 3/4″ radius on the corners. I recommend some steel brackets underneath to support the corners as this design can put a lot of leverage on the corners, hence the large radius and steel brackets in OneLessDesk’s design.

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