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Pallet Bar Featuring Epoxy Penny Top

  • 150 pallets

  • hard

  • 40h

  • $250

I decided to build the ultimate man-cave from pallets. I made this Pallet Bar Featuring Epoxy Penny Top to complete my dream man-cave.   The main part of the bar was done with all pallet lumber. I did mix some thin brick with pallet ends to create a unique look. Additionally, I use a lot of pennies to create the bartop pattern, and then covered with epoxy.

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New pennies gave me a good copper shine while the old ones gave me a tarnished border. I wanted more color for contrast, so I used old science tricks to turn the pennies gold and silver. After cleaning, sorting, and gluing the pennies down all facing the same direction, I poured a 5/8 ” layer of epoxy over them. It took four pours to get the thickness the way I wanted without bubbles. Just follow the directions on the epoxy mix you use. If you want to see the penny color-changing trick, here’s a YouTube video:

Pallet Bar Featuring Epoxy Penny Top Pallet Bars

Pallet Bar Featuring Epoxy Penny Top Pallet Bars

Pallet Bar Featuring Epoxy Penny Top Pallet Bars

Pallet Bar Featuring Epoxy Penny Top Pallet Bars

Pallet Bar Featuring Epoxy Penny Top Pallet Bars

Pallet Bar Featuring Epoxy Penny Top Pallet Bars

Pallet Bar Featuring Epoxy Penny Top Pallet Bars

Now all you need is an awesome Kegerator!

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Cristina Amorin

Pascal Conti.. après le sol de la cuisine… la table🤗

Gladyce Pierrot

Anais Thevenot

Kate Ward

This looks so great

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