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My old kitchen table was nice for only one monitor, but not three. So I need a new desk. I am fine with assembling it, and don't want to pay more than $200 for one. Also, it has to have more than 60" of uninterupted tabletop width.
 

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My old kitchen table was nice for only one monitor, but not three. So I need a new desk. I am fine with assembling it, and don't want to pay more than $200 for one. Also, it has to have more than 60" of uninterupted tabletop width.
The other thing you need to ask yourself. Going from an old kitchen table, to an actual desk... Will you miss the extra depth you currently have with the table.

For example.. your current table is (I assume) <60" long x 30-36" wide.

A standard item sold specifically as a desk will usually vary in width from 28-30" wide x ? length.

Possibly a longer table may work better? Just a suggestion. If you were to stay with the IKEA idea.. something like this.

Sorry, missed the price max. OK, like THIS
 

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+1 thats what i built my desk out of-
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OK, that looks sweet. I might just go and make my own.
 

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Thanks all, I think I am going to pick up legs, and use an old door I have.
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Damn, that makes me want to find an old door to use..
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where can i find legs like that?
 
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