Show your patriotism and make your own Pallet Adirondack Patio Set:
Part one – the table:
The feet are cut from pieces of a stringer, centering the arches. Next, a deck board was installed across the two stringers to stabilize the feet. I installed two vertical deck boards that held another set of arched stringer pieces. Finally, I installed deck boards across the top and rough-sanded the whole piece.
Part two – the chairs:
There are numerous tutorials available on the ‘net that’ll show you, step-by-step, including cut lists. But if you decide to build something like my Pallet Adirondack Patio Set, you’ll have to pay attention to the special, subtle details of these chairs. I used stringer boards to make the seatback, facing the arches towards each other to create the fun patterns. Then I incorporated more of the stringer pieces, using them to support the armrests.
Finishing this Pallet Adirondack Patio Set:
Everything was rough sanded enough so that the furniture was comfortable, but was still rustic. I painted one chair in a vivid red, and the other in a blue. The table base was painted white, and then I painted my flag onto the top.