I purchased the standing desk base from Amazon. I chose a base with a white finish for the clean look, but you should choose whichever color that suits your space best!
If you don’t have access to the tools used below, don’t have the time, or want to save a few bucks, you can get a simple tabletop from Ikea for less than ten bucks.
(A) 2x Disposable Paint Tray Liners
(B) 1x Tube of Wood Glue
(C) 4x Foam Paint Roller Pads
(D) 1x Carton 150-Grit Sandpaper
(E) 1x Quart Oil-Based Primer
(F) 8 - 10x 1¼” drywall screws
(G) 1x Quart Oil-Based White Semi-Gloss Enamel Paint
(H) 1x ¾” Baltic Birch Plywood Sheet (60” x 60” or 48” x 96”)
(I) 1x Standing Desk Base
(1) Impact Driver
(2) Sanding Block
(3) 45-Degree Chamfer Bit w/ Bearing
(4) Paint Roller
(5) Paint Tray
(6) Palm Router
(7) Table Saw
Once the primer is dry, mix and pour enamel paint into a fresh pan liner. With a clean foam roller, apply at least two coats, allowing paint to dry completely between coats.
Fit your palm router with the 45-degree chamfer bit and bearing. Adjust the router height to the size of chamfer you want. Moving left to right, cut your chamfer.
That’s it! Done!