Anyone with basic skills and a few tools can build this project in a weekend. He made this using free pallets he found on Craigslist. There’s a lot of rustic charm about this project and you will enjoy having it convenient to you when you are sitting outside enjoying a cold drink.
This is a shabby-chic outdoor side table using limited tools, so this is good news…you don’t have to worry about going out and buying extra tools! He also shows a simple method for taking pallets apart. From what I’ve read, some people find that this can be difficult if they don’t know how to do this. So, I’m glad that he’s providing this information.
You can make these larger or the size he makes, either staining, painting it with chalk paint, or leaving it in it’s natural state, letting the weather take it’s course. You may want to make a couple of these for end tables inside your home…it’s your call!
End tables make a complete look to any arm chair or couch and often have a position in besides of a sitting plan. This has also been achieved in rustic appearance and will add a unique character to any environment where it has to be placed. Pallet wood which we have used has naturally weathered ambiance and looks gracious in it.
Just get it nearby to your bed for alarm clock and mobile support and you are done to have a DIY pallet stand out of it. Another option is to sand down this pallet stand to allow a charming shine on the wooden grains. There are many suggestion for this rustic pallet art to get some great purposes out of it. Use it positioned in a hallway and holding a rustic sign and/or photos of your beloveds, this is an awesome idea to embellish your home with rustic charm!
Watch how Steve Ramsey builds this in his step by step tutorial!