You might not believe me if I say that turning a basic wood pallet into a dreamy, colorful piece of furniture is not as hard as it seems. Open up your mind and think out of the box to see the pallet furniture as a cool thing rather than a firewood. The attractive point of this furniture is the design statement it produces, and the trend now shifts to do it yourself.
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Inspiring pallet furniture ideas
These shipping pallets could be utilized in many ways. From coffee tables to sofas, desks or shelves as the stunning kitchen islands. Keep on reading to find examples of pallets transformations into inspired home furnishings. Feel free to browse and find your favorites.
Crafty pallet work
A different outdoor table would be the ideal choice for you in order to stand out from your neighbors. Just add four wheels to a couple of pallets, that would be very easy for you. Take the picture as your reference and don’t mind the dog. [found on thedawgsdish]
Wood Pallet Patio Table
You will have a stunning table with some additional two pallets each on the upper part and the legs. The area where you are going to put it determines the size. It is available on Etsy for $200, however, you can surely do it yourself.
White Pallet Table
If you have some white paint in your basement with a couple of pallets down the street, then you can turn them into a stylish piece of furniture that is suitable for indoor or outdoor use. The picture shows how it should look like.
Modern Coffee Table from Pallets
Like the above example, here is another example of a highly modern coffee table with only small amount of money. You would need three hours to make it. Make sure you have two wooden plate in the right size for the bottom and the top. See the full craft tutorial on papernstichblog.
Designer pallet furniture
Just because it is a recycled wood, does not necessarily means it no longer has its fanciness. Still in denial, take a look the picture to see an amazing “designer” pallet table from Joachim Rasmussen.
Outdoor pallet table
Having a rooftop somewhere in the city could give you a perfect spot to enjoy the warm weather, clear skies, your favorite coffee and some croissant as the breakfast menu. Or you can have an appealing table with an appealing setup on its own. [Diana & Chris on AT]
Glass pallet coffee table
Most people would define decorating as a way to put the pieces together to create something you can’t find anywhere else. The perfect decoration could be represented by this pallet coffee table with glass on top. Do not mind the first impression it gives you since it has the true style. Splendid! [found on norskeinteriorblogger]
Let’s go back to the a DIY black painted dining table! The space invading may look weird but go beyond it to find the alluring black and white contrast (with the chair and the walls). [via jennyshus]
Picture yourself a clean environment filled with lots of white invaded by a little bit ugly and dirty piece of furniture made from a pallet. Feel free to see the below if you find it hard. They have managed to create a great crate side table/nightstand.
The table is actually made from reclaimed shipping pallets and sometimes it seems too good to be true. Thanks to the extremely well sanded process. The paint successfully hides the nails. It is a very cool thing to have.[from designfinch]
If you wish for the one that is not too modern nor too stylish, you should find some rustic feel for an outdoor pallet table just perfect to sit in your backyard.
Small room bed
You might suddenly need to move to a much smaller bedroom when the bad economy comes to hit you. This inventive fellow has experienced it, but then they managed to make an awesome and also inexpensive bedroom for himself.
Pallet Toddler Bed
This inspiring mom has managed to create an adorable toddler bed from a few shipping pallets. Lori Danelle provides full DIY instructions on her website to help you get the valuable DIY guidance. Nice!
Colorful Pallet Bed
It would take more than one shipping pallets to make it. All you need to do is stack your pallets, give them a few coats of paint and some additional cozy cushion, and you will have a very unique, inexpensive bedroom that would be ideal for both the outdoors and indoors. How inspiring!