Home of the completely configurable Ultimate Craft Desk. "Craft Better"
This is the Ultimate Craft Desk Slim Junior. This desk was designed by crafters for crafters. It's perfect for Cricut projects, scrap booking, sewing, and so much more! Just like it's bigger version, it has 16 cubes for storage but the length is trimmed down to only seat 1 adult on each side. It seats 2 adults very comfortably with room for plenty more around the table.
This desk has a large desktop measuring 44" wide and 58" long. The desk is 38.5" tall and is just the perfect height for a standing craft desk, which can become a sitting craft desk with optional stools. This desk easily fits 1 stool on each side (2 total) with plenty of room for adults to be comfortable and have some elbow room.
Make this desk your own by configuring the cubes to your liking and choosing the desired table top finish.
NOTE: This desk seats only 2 and has only six 13" cubes on each end (total of 12 cubes!) that are completely configurable as follows:
For each cube, you can choose:
Additional Options include:
We build each desk to order and deliver them ourselves across the continental United States (for zones 1-5). For Zone 6 orders, we crate up the desks and freight ship them, and we include extra insurance coverage to ensure the desk gets delivered in the same shape we sent it in.
How long does it take to get my order?
We usually ship in 6-12 weeks from the time you place your order. Sometimes, however, life happens, and in those cases, we will do our best to reach out in advance to keep you updated.
How does the desk come "mostly assembled"? Well, the answer also answers one of the biggest questions that we get. "How on earth can I get that desk through my front door or even through the door to my craft room?" When the desk gets to your door it is in three pieces: a left base, a right base, and a desk top. Each base is only about 20" wide with blankets and shrink-wrap and will easily fit through any door way. The desk top with it's braces on the bottom is only about 6" wide with its blankets and shrink-wrap.
Each of the bases already has all of the cube configurations installed and is wrapped in blankets and shrink-wrap. The desk top is also wrapped in blankets and shrink wrap and has cardboard corner protectors. If you get a crated delivery to zone 6, your desk is in these same three pieces, wrapped in blankets and skrink-wrap and then placed in a custom built crate. Each of the bases weighs 75-100 pounds depending on the 6 or 8 cubes for the size you selected and all of the cube configurations you selected. The cabinets and drawers really add a lot of weight. When we do white glove service, we typically use appliance moving straps that help a lot. The table tops are 75-100 pounds as well, depending on the size. These desks require two moderately strong people to lift.
What's involved in assembly?If you are putting the desk on hardwood floors, you should add the felt pads we provide to the bottom of the feet prior to taking the desk into the craft room. After placing the two bases in your craft room, remove the shrink wrap and the blankets. Remove the shrink wrap and the blanket from the desk top. Make sure the bases are close enough so you can set the desk top on top of the bases before picking up the desk top. Pick up the desktop from the long sides. That makes no sense you are thinking, because its natural to have someone stand on each of the short ends and pick it up right? Well, resist that temptation. Learn from my mistakes (and blood blisters). The ends of the table where the bases are is the best way to get your fingers pinched. I mentioned above how heavy these desk tops are ... so trust me, the safe place to pick them up is on the long sides with your hands completely between the bottom braces. Set the top down on one side and then the other. Go around the desk, nudging the bases or the top where you want it to make sure the bases are flush against the braces and the top hangs over the bases evenly. Next, walk around the desk and make sure the desk top lays flat on the bases. If there is a gap, adjust the feet by screwing them in or unscrewing them to level it out BEFORE proceeding to the next step. Next, simply screw in 2-3 screws (based on desk size) into the braces located under the desk top, into each base. This step prevents the desk top from sliding if someone bumps it. At this point we typically dust each of the bases and the tops to wipe off any dust or fuzz from the shipping blankets.
Shipping costs are based on zones. Currently, our Zones and Costs for shipping to each Zone is as follows:
Zone 1 - $295
Zone 2 - $495
Zone 3 - $495
Zone 4 - $695
Zone 5 - $895
Zone 6 - $1195
Spruce/Pine, Douglas Fir, or Poplar Custom made for each desk, then stained in the desired stain color, followed by 2-3 coats of Satin Polyurethane. Boards are joined together using wood glue, optionally with biscuits, or dominos as needed. Support Beams may be mounted under longer desks for added support if the craftsman deems it necessary.
Each desk end is composed of either 6 or 8 open cubes and supports the desk top. The desk ends are composed of Particleboard, Fiberboard, Acrylic paint, Honeycomb structure paper filling (100% recycled), and Plastic edging. The 4 outer pieces of the desk ends are screwed together. The Cube openings themselves are created by partitions within the 4 outer pieces of the desk and are connected to the desk using wooden dowels. The partitions are made of Particleboard, Fiberboard, Foil, Printed and embossed acrylic paint, Paper, ABS plastic.
Each desk end rests on a custom-made frame made of pine which is screwed together. The base is supported by 4 maple bun style furniture feet that can be screwed in or out to level the desk as needed. The feet are typically stained the same color as the desired desktop but customers may also request that they be painted white as desired. Each base is permanently attached to a desk end using construction adhesive. The base is then finished with a stylish MDF trim using finishing nails. We seal the trim to the desk using painter’s caulk and paint them white to match the desk.
Double Drawer Inserts
Double Drawer Inserts are attached by screwing the slide rails into the Desk End Cube openings. Note that the hardware pictured is the default hardware supplied by the manufacturer, which we change to us a more stylish card drawer pull as you see below:
Materials used for the drawers are as follows:
Main parts: Fiberboard, Plastic foil
Drawer bottom: Fiberboard, Acrylic paint
Drawer front: Particleboard, ABS plastic, Plastic edging, Paint
Drawer side/ Drawer back: Particleboard, Plastic foil
These made using Particleboard or MDF and Acrylic paint. These are pressure fit into the cubes in the desk ends.
Cabinet inserts are screwed into each cube opening. Note that the hardware pictured is the default hardware supplied by the manufacturer, which we change to us a more stylish door pull as you see below:
Materials used for each cabinet are as follows:
Door: Particleboard, Plastic foil, Paper foil, ABS plastic, Plastic edging
Shelf Inserts are Screwed into cube openings. Materials for each Shelf insert are as follows:
Frame: MDF or Plywood, Acrylic Paint
Shelves: Particle Board, Acrylic Paint
Main part: PET plastic
Bottom part: Polypropylene
Scratch protection: 100 % polyester
UltimateCraftDesk.com has been created to meet the demand of today's crafters that do Cricut projects, scrap booking projects, quilting and sewing projects, and so much more. Organization is key, as is having a dedicated workspace. We've found that the only thing better than crafting is crafting together with friends and family. Well, the Ultimate Craft Desk satisfies all of those needs. Now you can have groups of 4 seated comfortably for a full day (or entire weekend) of crafting together. There's plenty of room for others to hang out and room for snacks! You can't craft hungry!
The Ultimate Craft Desk is completely configurable! You can select which features are installed in each of the cubes. You can also select your desired table top finish and choose from a variety of add-ons.
Keith and Lisa Mason
Craftsman and Designer (and crafter)
Keith and Lisa Mason have been crafting together for the last 20 years that they have been married. Lisa is the Ultimate Craft Desk's designer with a passion for scrap booking and Cricut projects. Keith is the craftsman with a strong passion for woodworking and producing a quality product that can be handed down for generations. The Ultimate Craft Desk was originally created by Keith for Lisa, but due to overwhelming response from the craft community, we have agreed to make this desk available to the public.
Our workshop is located near Ocean City, MD. We accept scheduled desk pickups (wearing COVID masks), and delivery is also available but contact us for a delivery quote.
6808 Morris Road, Pittsville, MD 21850