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Learn how to make pallet furniture with these simple step by step tutorials. With all the indoor and outdoor furniture made from wood pallets these are all cost effective projects.
I have this thing about Pallets. I think it’s the ruggedness teamed with style that just makes pallets look amazing in furniture.
I recently celebrated my 40th birthday and not long before the party I spied some pallets sitting outside someone’s house on the side of the road. I didn’t know what I wanted to use them for, but I knew I wanted them!
So, a quick knock on the door, and bingo, I scored myself 3 pallets.
I literally propped them up in the garden, placed some lights on them and they looked amazing.
Now that the party is over, I have 3 awesome looking pallets that I need a project for.
Seeing as pallet furniture is so on trend right now, I thought I would share some of my research findings with you.
Indoor Simple Pallet Furniture
I can just imagine sitting in this pallet sofa by Scrap Hacker in quiet nook of the house. Use one pallet and grab some throw cushions to make this super comfy.
If you have a hallway, this beautiful pallet console table by Kleinworth & Co would make a fantastic statement piece.
This pallet coffee mug holder by Industry Standard Design would look awesome in a kitchen or an outdoor room.
As far as simple pallet furniture goes, this is top of the list, but it looks really effective.
Everyone needs a memo board in their house and when it’s made with a pallet it looks even more funky!
You don’t even need a whole pallet to make this….only 5 pieces! Use some masking paper to write your notes on looks awesome too.
Are the kids books taking over every last inch of space?
Maybe it’s time to make a pallet bookshelf using this easy tutorial by Me and Madeline.
How about a new bed for your dog to sleep in?
Your best pal would definitely enjoy snuggling up here. Home Frosting shows you exactly how it’s done.
Outdoor Furniture Made From Wood Pallets
If you have room on the veranda, you might be keen to make a pallet swing bed to relax in.
Grillo Designs walks you through the process of exactly how to do this using 6 pallet’s and a Minwax early American stain to receive that beautiful color.
You can be relaxing and sipping on an iced green tea in no time at all.
Or how about a tree swing. I think us adults would be fighting the kids for this one! The Sorry Girls have a fantastic tutorial to follow and it’s only going to cost $30 to make.
Use 2 pallet’s and make sure you have some durable nylon rope that will take the weight of the swing.
Ohh, this could definitely be a project for my 3 pallet’s. I could spend hours on here relaxing whilst watching the kids play in the garden.
I’m pretty sure that every garden needs a day bed and this tutorial by Pretty Prudent is an easy one to follow.
Using just two pallet’s and some galvanized pipes and flange this day bed could be yours.
Put the day bed on 4″ casters and you can easily move it to wherever you please.
A Pallet bar is a great addition to an outdoor entertainment area and Ask Wet & Forget will show you exactly how it’s done.
With just 2 pallet’s and some concrete counter tops, this bar will be the envy of friends.
This beautiful coffee table by Southern Revivals would look fantastic either outdoors or in the home.
You will need 2 pallet’s and some cedar planking on the top to re-create the look.
The avid gardeners will love this pallet table designed by Jenna Burger Design.
You will need 2 pallets for this, and use some chain so the table will fold. It’s a gardeners dream!
Finally, if you have any questions at all about pallets which will help to make these awesome projects, then all of those questions can be answered here.
So are you inspired to put those pallets to good use? I would love to hear what creative project you decide to try. Leave me some feedback below.
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Would you love some more pallet project ideas, but this time specifically for kids? Check out these 12 amazing projects that the kids will love.