This Pallet Bathroom Cabinet was fairly easy, and only took about four hours:
First, I used just a few pallet deck boards to create the straightforward box frame. Then I used a few more deck board pieces to create the back of the cabinet. I did the same thing for the inner shelves. I assembled everything with glue and finishing nails, other than the fasteners that came with the hinges and latch. Next, I used some of the side pieces from a couple of old soda crates to create the doors. I installed them with two hinges per door. Then I upcycled a couple of soda tops as small, decorative pull handles. I installed a decorative hook-and-eye closure on the front of the doors. Finally, I sanded everything lightly and finished by spraying it all with a matte clear coat to preserve the rustic look. Although this took some time, it was an easy and fun build.
Pallet Bathroom Cabinet - options:
You could use other soda brands, or you could even wood-transfer your favorite beer, wine, or other beverage brands as well.
This is a fun addition to our house, and I hope it inspires you!