Pallet FurniturePallet BarsAmazing Herringbone Pallet Party Bar


by Brook Brent

Amazing Herringbone Pallet Party Bar

  • 5 pallets

  • medium

  • 10h

  • $100

Turn pallets into an Amazing Herringbone Pallet Party Bar and make your backyard, man cave, or another outdoor area into Party Central!

Supplies and Tools needed for my Herringbone Pallet Party Bar:

  • personal protective equipment (safety goggles, gloves, etc.)
  • five pallets
  • three 2″×6″×16″ boards
  • one 2″×6″×8″ board
  • one sheet of 3/4″ plywood
  • one box of 1″ finish nails
  • one box of 3″ finish nails
  • thirty 3/4″ screws
  • palm sander
  • router
  • nail gun
  • hammer
  • drill
  • pliers
  • circular saw
  • wood glue
  • sandpaper
Amazing Herringbone Pallet Party Bar Pallet Bars
This pallet bar features a herringbone pattern on the sides and top of the bar itself.
Amazing Herringbone Pallet Party Bar Pallet Bars
Side view – I had fun with a few different diagonal directions to keep the bar interesting.
Amazing Herringbone Pallet Party Bar Pallet Bars
I built two shelves to store products behind the bar and added a stencil.
Amazing Herringbone Pallet Party Bar Pallet Bars
Belly up to the bar and have a refreshing drink!
Amazing Herringbone Pallet Party Bar Pallet Bars
Ready to use!

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The bar looks great! Did you have to use a planer to get the bar top boards perfectly level, or did you just get lucky and had enough flat pieces to make it work? So many pallet boards are cupped or not perfectly straight – so I’m curious how you got them all to fit so well?

Kim Tremblay
Kim Tremblay

Marie-Louise Lalonde Alicia Tremblay prochain projet ? :)

Alicia Tremblay
Alicia Tremblay
Reply to  Kim Tremblay

Toi pis tes pages de paillettes..

Cassandra McLeish
Cassandra McLeish



I would like to try to do this project for next season.

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