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Recently, however, wooden pallets have become much more than a once-and-done packaging piece. They’ve become a useful resource in home decor and design.View in galleryUsed by beginner to professional DIYers in projects from wall coverings to large and small furniture pieces to home decor accessories, wood pallets can be disassembled into wood planks that can be used for any number of projects. And, best of all (to the DIY world, at least), is their price: Free!Read on for some inspiration about how you can create uniquely original furniture items out of wood pallets.
A pallet table is functional for both indoors and outdoor use, with its simple and rustic look. Simple pallet coffee table.View in galleryHere’s an extremely easy-to-build coffee table that was made of two pallets, stacked and screwed one on top of the other.
Depending on the type of wood pallets you use, you could create a similar coffee table with more or less rusticity to match your design style (or paint it another color altogether).
Modern pallet coffee table with glass top.View in galleryHere’s another version of a pallet coffee table.
It’s also made out of wooden pallets (you could stain, whitewash, paint, glaze, or wax yours to make it unique), and it also features four wheels that you can find at any hardware store. This particular coffee table almost mimics a table from Marrakech, although it was made from pallets found near a metro shopping area. Mudroom pallet shoe rack.View in galleryNobody likes a muddy room, and you can avoid having one by creating a very practical shoe rack. Pallet bookshelf and bike rack.View in galleryBecause of their structure, pallets can be easily used to create bookshelves without much modification.
Vertical garden made from pallets.View in galleryHere’s an idea of how you can turn a pallet into a very beautiful vertical garden.
For this project you’ll need one wooden pallet, two large bags of potting soil, 16 six-packs of annuals, one small roll of landscape fabric, a staple gun, and sand paper.
Honeycomb mirror.View in galleryHere’s a more sophisticated piece that was also made using a pallet.