My husband and I made this Pallet Chevron Dining Table, using pallet stringers with arches as a decorative feature. The project only cost around twenty dollars!
Have some fun and mix it up! Make a version of our Pallet Chevron Dining Table for indoor or outdoor use!
To begin, we used pallet stringers for the legs and the subframe. It was framed in a rectangle shape with an additional center support in the middle of the table, with two on either side of the central support to hold pieces for the top. Next, my husband started cutting pieces from one end, working from side to side, and then ending up in the middle with a triangle. From there he worked backward on the other end of the table using the exact measurements as he did for the first side. Our table isn't a standard size but fits our space. The table measures 50" wide x 36" deep and 30" tall. I used a stain and polyurethane combination product since it was easier only using one can instead of two cans. I applied three coats of paint/sealant to finish the project.