These Three Pallet Bars would rock any man cave, backyard, patio, or deck for those parties and family gatherings!
My Feature Pallet Bar was made from 5 pallets, four 2″ x 6″×16′ for the bar table top and shelves from three 2’×12′. I used two 4″ x 4″ x 16′ posts for my Cantina Bar. I cut the single post into four posts in the height of 7’4″ for headroom. The roof was made from two 2″ x 6″×12′ and two 2″× 4″ for cross members. I cut out one piece of 27″×16′ metal corrugated roof panel for the top for shade and one box of 3″ finish nails, forty-two 4″ deck screws and wood glue for added strength between each piece of wood. Once complete, I used a palm sander on all the edges. Next, I applied weather seal and allowed it to dry for one day. Then I applied a stain. Bring your muscles it’s a heavy lift so if building for yourself build it in place.
Excellent ideas! But now you need some Pallet Bar Stools to go with!