Leaning desk – provides an open look in a room such as a home office, and often incorporate storage shelves while maintaining an open design. This effect is created by the design of crooked desk, two long support boards that lean at a spot two feet off the floor and put on the wall at an angle. Supports feature a desk surface in the middle, typically with shelves above. These desks provide work and storage surfaces while requiring minimal installation.
Locate the studs in the wall with stud takes in passing stud takes back and forth across the wall until the light comes on or the unit beeps. Mark the wall at each point where the change takes place. Select both sides of the two studs in the area of installation leaning desk. Set the quirky desk against the wall with its top resting against the wall and its lower ends on the floor. Adjusting the angle until the top and bottom surfaces are flush with the wall and floor.
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Align, at least one of the upper ends of a wall stud when the device is flush. Mark the location on the wall of the predrilled screw holes on leaning desk support. Drill a hole into the wall on the location of the screw holes using a drill bit that is slightly smaller in diameter than the wood screws you will use. Make sure the holes hit a stud. Insert a drywall anchor in the gaps that do not reach the pipe or if only one of the ends can be set against a stud.