Living through the Covid-19 outbreak has led many of us to take on new roles as teachers, unqualified hairdressers, experimental chefs, would-be artists, gardeners, and even DIY extraordinaires! So, what could be handier than a multiuse workbench? Whether it’s for homework, DIY projects or somewhere to work from home, this pop-up workstation is ideal.
To get started you might already have some bits and pieces ready to go at home but if not, you can order online by following our links below and have them delivered to your home.
00:00:01 Music playing in the background throughout the video
00:00:02 On screen: DIY work bench
A finished shot of the work bench is shown, along with some pictures that are hanging on the door
00:00:07 On screen: What You’ll Need
On screen: a pegboard and hooks, containers with hooks, a dropdown work bench, a hammer and nails, a screwdriver, jars for storage of your materials, framed photos (optional) and decorative plants
00:00:12 On screen: Step 1 - screw your pegboard to the wall
As we see the person fix the pegboard with a screwdriver
00:00:17 On screen: Step 2 - hammer your nails to the wall for your picture frames above your pegboard
As we see the person lining up the nails, and hammering them into position
00:00:20 On screen: Step 3 - Hang up your favourite pictures
As we see the person hanging the pictures on the nail hooks
00:00:20 On screen: Step 4 - Place your workbench underneath your pegboard
As we see the person place the work bench into position and it is secured into position
00:00:28 Screws are placed into the workbench
000:00:30 On screen: Step 5 - Use hooks and containers to store utensils
00:00:35 Hooks and different items are placed onto the pegboard
00:00:41 Shot of the finished DIY work bench
00:00:48 Video ends
What you’ll need for your DIY workbench:
- A pegboard and hooks
- Containers with hooks
- A dropdown work bench
- A hammer and nails
- A screwdriver
- Jars to store your materials
- Framed photos (optional)
- Decorative plants (optional)
Note: Some of the items used in this DIY video may no longer be available so some browsing may be needed.
Approximate cost: €70-100
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