Jan 28, 2015 in Homeowner. 0 Comment
Green is definitely in – not just the color, but the practice. More homeowners are becoming aware of their impact on the planet and choosing eco-friendly options for their home decor pieces. Pallet furniture gives a rustic and rugged aesthetic, adds texture to your design, and is easier on the planet compared to other traditional furniture options. Take a look at these DIY pallet projects and decide which one you’ll try first.
For this project, you’ll need a couple of wooden pallets, a 4x4 cut to four six-inch lengths, four casters and their hardware, L-brackets and screws. Stain is optional, but it can give a customized look to your final table and provides some weatherproofing. You may want to paint or stain the pallets before assembling them to ensure even coverage. Use L-brackets and screws to attach the legs to the top of the base pallet, and then again to the underside of the uppermost pallet. Affix the casters to the underside of your table, and you’ve got a simple and charming patio table that’s easy to move around.