Last week we shared our pallet chairs, and we now have a pallet coffee table to go along with them. We received about nine pallets and knew that another project was in order. Our neighbor also gave us the back of a bench that had seen better days. This bench back was sitting in our garage for about two months until we found a purpose for it. Rob decided last night he would make it a part of the pallet table. We just spray painted the iron piece with some leftover spray paint.
Rob cut out the middle slats of the pallet and laid the iron piece in the middle of it.
Rob then worked on staining the bottom pallet for the table. This was tedious but worth the effort.
He stained the pieces he would use later to attach the pallets together.
He got some casters from Lowe's to put on the bottom for around $3.00 a piece.
He used quarter inch carriage bolts to secure the pallets together.
Here is the finished product:
The project cost approximately $30.00 if you factor in the casters, carriage bolts and the little bit of Minwax that was used.
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