Fully sit/stand desk frames (and even their desk tops!) are of an exceptional standard. They have both electric and hand crank models, and support a variety of different configurations. Whilst their hardwood desktop quality is very good, it is definitely on the pricey side and their size options are quite limited, so it’s great they offer what they call the BYOD (Bring Your Own Desktop) option. This is where can help!
The Fully desk tops do come with pre-drilled holes, making it possible to fit the top with their machine screws, which are provided with the desk frame. They do however state that you could fit the top with standard wood screws in their documentation.
We would recommend sticking with the machine screws, which will require pre-drilling holes into your desk top. Even if you used with the wood screws, it would be best (though not required) to pre-drill pilot holes. This can be achieved with our hardwood desktops with a household drill, however we do offer a pre-drilling service on delivery, configurable when adding the product to basket.
How to get the perfect Fully desk
- Buy the Fully desk frame of your choice. Be sure to go ‘Frame Only’.
- Buy our desk top from this page (from £115 including delivery)
- Enjoy your beautiful hand-made hardwood desk.
Oak or Pine?
This is a matter of preference, and also budget. Oak and pine have their own properties. Oak is a hard wood, whilst pine has hard and soft wood properties. Pine visually has a less tight grain, but still has lots of character. Pine is easier to mark and less glossy to touch and look at, and so you may wish to apply a polyurethane finish. Oak is less likely to mark when spilled on, and has a glossier finish.
Monitor Raiser Offer
Combine your desk with any size hand made monitor raiser and save £15 with the code: ZEROWASTE