Starting with a 'Door Blank' for just $16 dollars, I now have a large desk surface to place my iMac 5K, Asus PA32U UHD Monitor, and extra Apple Display.
I started with a door blank, which means there are no holes drilled for a door knob, and nothing carved out for door hinges. The door is lightweight as it's a hollow core, but solid around the edges. I chose one that had a small defect so it was hugely discounted from $65 to just $16 dollars. I then rolled on a few coats of Appliance Epoxy paint to it would be a hard glossy finish (easy to clean).
Instead of table legs, I'm using IKEA Cube shelving so I can place my LACIE RAID and other hard drives. You can also add Cube Bins to store small accessories. I also drilled holes 'inside of the cubes' so I can pass wires through from one cube to the next, or run cables up and down. It keeps things tidy.
Under the desk I mounted a large power strip with 12 outlets, and each one spaced to fit any weird sized adapters. This is plenty of power connectors for all my stuff.
For all of the loose cables, I hung them up under the desk using special zip tie mounts.
I drilled holes to pass wires through and covered with Desk Grommets. You'll be amazed what other types of Desk Grommets there are out there, including USB power adapters to charge devices if you wanted to add that.
This simple setup would also make for a great Craft table at home, or a lightweight workbench in the garage. And what I like is that it doesn't require any special tools to put a workspace like this together, and it doesn't look half bad. If I need to move to a new office, it will be easy to take apart as each piece is lightweight. I've ordered some additional parts, and there's a lot more i'll be adding so stay tuned