This easy-fit, Collapsible Pallet Art Table was an easy project to make and is convenient to have around. If we need it, we set it up. If we want to move it, that's easy too! Just separate the two pieces, stack on a hand-cart, and off you go! Because the pallet is so durable, it's an excellent piece to use instead of table legs. Plus, we created a handy supply shelf by using one end of the pallet against the table top. The circular legs are centered for stability. Costs were only for paint and varnish.
How to make your own Easy Fit Collapsible Pallet Art Table:
First, make the table top. A secure way to do this is to use biscuits and glue; clamp and let dry. If you don't have a biscuit joiner, you can create a lightweight frame. Or, install boards on the back to screw into or through to secure the boards together. Next, trim down a pallet vertically just beyond the center stringer board. Alternately, use a smaller, Euro Pallet instead. Next, notch partway through the two stringer boards. Make corresponding notches in the table top for the two pieces to half-lap together. Finally, install a piece of stringer board or 2x4" board to two recycled/upcycled legs (or use more stringer boards for legs). Then, install the leg set to the table top. Finish any way you choose. The table top was varnished, while the pallet was painted a fun turquoise color.
Aprovechar la robustez de un pallet chino para hacerle encajar a media madera un sobre de tarima de suelo. De este modo conseguimos un cajón muy práctico. Las patas circulares estan centradas para dar estabilidad. Los costes son de pintura y barniz.