Hey guys, catchy title, right?
Anyways, we are redoing the office in my house and want to change it up some. We have an area roughly 3' x 12' that we want to put a desk in. The desk will consist of 3 filing cabinets and the desktop. I've done some research and found information all over the place on the best type of wood to use. I'm reach out to you fine folks for hopefully a clearer answer.
I went to Home Depot to look around at what they had and was recommended a few different things. Radiata Pine, Sande Plywood, BCX Plywood, and MDF.
When giving recommendations, please keep in mind that being a handyman is not a strong point that I have. The sheets of any of these I believe were all 4x8 so I can have them cut 2 pieces 3x6 which would solve that problem.
Am I looking at this the right way? Am I overthinking it? The filing cabinets would be 1 on either side and 1 in the middle where the 2 boards would meet. The desk would be for my wife and I so there would be a computer on either side of the middle filing cabinet.