DIY projects that will turn pallets into unique furniture. Thanks to websites like Etsy and Pinterest, repurposing household items has become all the rage. With budgets tighter and interest in recycling at an all-time high, people are using what they already have to create something new, and sometimes the results are truly impressive.
Pallets can be reused, nailed, painted, but if you're creative enough, you can find a way to use them to make almost anything. Take a look at the 26 pallet creations.
#1. A rack for pots and pans
By cutting a pallet, hanging it on the wall and adding hooks, you can create the most excellent storage for your kitchen.
#2. Outdoor lounges
By using four pallets, you can create an amazing chaise lounge for your backyard. Two stacked pallets create the base and two create the back. The pieces are joined together by 2x4's and then painted. This cool build will have you feeling good in no time.
#3. Hanging pallets
A perfect place to hang out and chat with your friend.
#4. A home wine bar
Using two pieces from a pallet, you can line your walls with fine wine and slippery glassware.
#5. A baby gate
Prevent your child from climbing to a place where they shouldn't be, create a platform as a door.
#6. An outdoor table
By putting two pallets together and then covering them with a concrete slab (or even a waterproof butcher block), you can refresh your outdoor space.
#7. Storage Bed
This full pallet bed not only looks great, but also creates great storage space for small bedrooms.
#8. Home Theater Seating
By stacking platforms and adding stylish cushions and pillows, you can create a mobile home theater space in your living room.
#9. An indoor playhouse
Kids will love this pallet craft that you can build in virtually any bedroom. Just make sure the entire structure is sanded to avoid minor injuries.
#10. Vertical flower bed
Limited space for a garden?
#11. A pallet coffee table
This table is cost effective, and a great conversation piece for your living room.
#12. A platform bed
Instead of purchasing a more expensive model, why not create your own minimal bed frame with a few pallets?