Office Corner Desk with Hutch!

Being my first DIY project - it was a pretty big task not using a saw before or doing any building. Following the plans was easy, just took a lot of time to learn how to do things for the first time.

I modified her plans to have 3 drawers on the one side to match the pb design.

After finishing the table, I knew I needed to create the hutch that is sold along with this desk. After some rough paperwork estimates I went ahead and built the hutch.

Looks pretty amazing and similar to the real deal.

Check out my blog for further pics and details of paint, primer and drawer slides I used. Leave a comment if you'd like me to work on getting a hutch plan organized.

With doing the hutch without real plans, this project took me a while to get those cuts organized and completed.

Estimated Time Investment
Week Long Project (20 Hours or More)
Finish Used
Benjamin Moore Antique White Paint
Recommended Skill Level



Sat, 07/21/2012 - 09:56

I would love to see the plans you used to make the hutch! Also, I can't seem to find your website. The site on the picture isn't working. Wonderful corner desk, is it very heavy?


Sat, 07/21/2012 - 15:08

I will work on getting some hutch plans up.. I did it sort of on the fly from a rough estimate on paper.. I will post up on my website and a link here when I do.. might take a bit of time to get it up and learn how to draw it up all nicely on the computer. Not sure why the website won't load for you? should work. Had a few people test it :S

The desk is pretty heavy and solid. I was able to bring each part up a flight of stairs myself (all three parts of the hutch are seperate) - and the desk top is seperate, as well as each drawer I took out before bringing it up the stairs.


Mon, 08/08/2016 - 19:50

It's been a while since you built the corner desk with hutch that is posted on Ana White website, and I had a question. do you have a new blog or website where you have posted details on the paint and drawer slides you used as well as the plan for the drawers and hutch that you create? Thanks.