Check out this gorgeous Euro Pallet Walnut Coffee Table! This only used two Euro pallets, and took about 10 hours to build.
My Euro Pallet Walnut Coffee Table:
I disassembled most of one pallet and saved the best Walnut deck boards. I used the stringers from the 2nd pallet and stacked them onto the first to give my table some height. I then created a frame for the table top and used the walnut deck boards to fill it, putting them flush against one another. I carefully rounded over the edges as I sanded. I sanded everything; the blocks, the lower and center deck boards, and the top very well.
After I had sanded everything, I applied a medium-toned stain to highlight the gorgeous wood grain of the walnut boards and blocks. I have a sleek, modern Euro Pallet Walnut Coffee Table that didn’t cost me anything but some time and effort. I’m proud of the way it turned out!
Tavolino da soggiorno con paletta euro in noce tintato e anticato curato nei dettagli