Pallet FurniturePallet BarsCozy Corner Herringbone Pattern Pallet Bar

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by Brook Brent

Cozy Corner Herringbone Pattern Pallet Bar

  • 4 pallets

  • medium

  • 8h

  • $40

I built this Herringbone Pattern Pallet Bar for a client from reclaimed wood and Pallets. I used four pallets and (8) 2×6″ boards cut into 41 inches for trim boards. Additionally, I used half of 1/2 inch thick plywood. The plywood was used to help create my herringbone top and shelves. I burned portions to help with that aged rustic look. I varnished the bar when complete.

The tools I used to create this Herringbone Pattern Pallet Bar were:

  • 18 gauge nail gun 16 gauge nail gun
  • 16 gauge nail gun
  • hammer
  • saw
  • drill
  • router
  • carpenters wood glue
  • 32 screws
  • 24 finish nails
  • blowtorch
  • screwdriver/drill
Cozy Corner Herringbone Pattern Pallet Bar Pallet Bars
Cozy up to the bar and be the life of the party with this patterned bar.
Cozy Corner Herringbone Pattern Pallet Bar Pallet Bars
This bar features extra storage with two handy shelves.
Cozy Corner Herringbone Pattern Pallet Bar Pallet Bars
Upgrade your man cave or outdoor space with this bar.

This bar would be fantastic at your Pallet Off-Grid Cabin! Turn soda cans into a vertical garden wall!

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