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Desk Top Organizer Illustration by Ted Turner I have a hard enough time keeping my own desk free of clutter.So at home, where I share my desk with my wife and daughter, I knew that I had to come up with something to help organize our messes.
This desk top organizer has turned out to be just the thing.You can build the trays with or without a piece along the back.I stack mine against a wall, so I chose to put a back only on the top tray.I have included the instructions for the backing if that is your choice.
If not, simply skip that part of the instructions and shorten the sides by 3/16" making them 8 ¾".I used ⅜" x 1 ¾" tongue and groove oak hardwood flooring left over from a job.It turned out to be perfect for this project.
The tongue and groove allows you to stack the trays fairly high without risk of them falling over.If you don't have any tongue and groove flooring handy, you can often get off-cuts (shorts) from hardwood flooring companies at a discounted price.
Cut BottomsFirst, decide how many trays you need, I chose eight.Then, from 1/8" plywood,...