Today, I’m sharing a couple of pallet top side tables. I have this thing for tables, and have collected several metal table bases. Metal Side Tables One metal table base had a top that was not made for outdoors, another didn’t have a top when I got it. Pallet wood is perfect for this project…
pallet wood project
This newly rehabbed rustic side table was found on the side of the road. My neighbor brought it to me and of course, I couldn’t turn down a free project! After a little paint and stained pallet boards the table is finished!
I love a great crib repurpose, and I don’t like having an outdoor eyesore like a gas meter. While doing my backyard makeover, everything was looking so nice that I just had to cover the gas meter. It’s nearly impossible to cover all of the things that hang on your house, but if you give your guests “pretty” options, they’re less likely to notice the other necessities of being a homeowner.
I can’t remember when I was so excited about a bench. I’ve never made a bench quite like this one. Nope, it’s not a headboard bench, it’s make from a pallet. It truly is the sturdiest and most comfortable bench I’ve made to date. Yep, it’s going in my new backyard space. I hope you love it as much as I do.
How to make a drop cloth chalkboard. paint on the chalkboard paint, add pallet boards for hanging. A twisted wire hanger completes the rustic looking chalkboard.
This month’s Power Tool Challenge was to make a sign. I’ve made a lot of signs, so I thought it would be fun to make a pumpkin sign greeting Fall with the words “hello Fall”. The rustic pumpkin is made out of pallet boards. I love the way it turned out and I hope you do to. Maybe it will inspire you to make your own pumpkin sign. If not, maybe one of the other great signs will inspire you!
It’s time for the Power Tool Challenge project for May. This month’s theme is Pallets. I used pallet boards to make a table, but actually staged/styled it as a coffee station or coffee bar. It’s sofa table height, and you could easily make it to be a kitchen island or outdoor serving station. The possibilities are endless with this type of pallet board table!
A pallet cut in half makes the perfect pallet coffee cup rack. I used one of my favorite sayings–But First. Coffee stenciled in black on the weathered oak stained pallet. Eleven single hooks allow a variety of your best coffee cups to be displayed above your coffee station.
I’ve been wanting to make a ONE pallet project. This month’s Power Tool Challenge was the perfect opportunity to do so. I made an easy potting table out of a wooden pallet I got from a neighbor. This is a fairly easy project with minimal cuts.