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I am making an attempt to make a sliding desk/nightstand however I am confused as to how you can make it

It is meant to go subsequent to my mattress and be screwed into the heardboard, horizontally, the thought is that it might function a extra handy night time stand/mattress shelf and will both prolong in direction of the size or the mattress or transfer to the aspect in order that I might get out of the mattress with out it getting in the way in which.

I do not know what to make use of to make it work although, since telescopic rails solely go in a single course and the curved ones that I’ve discovered on-line are principally for curtains and that is been complicated me a bit.

I plan on inserting my telephone, maybe a pill and a laptop computer on prime of it so it isn’t going to be lifting something too heavy.

I might actually respect any advise 🙂

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Comments ( 3 )

  1. Do you mean like a Murphy desk

  2. I’m imagining your unit being fixed to the headboard on one side with a piano hinge which gives you the 90 degree rotation of the whole unit. The other side could be secured with flush magnets or a catch.

  3. Google “lazy Susan”. It’s not a great solution for a cantilevered desk, but seems somewhat similar to the curved-rail concept you said you were looking for.

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