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Pallet Kitchen Island

  • 16 pallets

  • medium

  • 48h

  • $60

The pallets were a mixture of free pallets and the top of the island was a heavy-duty pallet used to haul steel plate that was thick and heavy (free too).

I’ve broken heavy-duty end pieces apart and used a sledgehammer to butt them together and used Torx heads to secure. With a gap in the middle, I knew I had to fill it. I’ve sanded and stained the top, used cheap Harbor Freight sprayer, applied 3 coats and sealed it.

On the bottom side of the middle gap, I hammered in pieces some scrap pallet and cut down to fit tight and wood glued in but left a 1/8 gap from the surface to the top of scrap to lay tile and grout.

The tile was a 12×12 square wall pavement I cut pieces out of and just laid in the gap using tile spacers and grouted. I let dry and tile sealed it. For the bottom I just spray stained the rest of pallets, measured height and width to be almost bar height.

I started with the bottom pallet and screwed in caster wheels, then, I’ve just added stain pallets to the height I estimated from the church pew wood corner spindle I attached with L bracket on the backsides.
Before adding the top surface, I put together with iron pipe supports from Home Depot. I then screwed to the bottom pallets first then put a heavy top on and screwed everything together. I went around to both ends of the table and trimmed off overhanging pieces and brushed stained ends.

Pallet Kitchen Island Pallet Coffee Tables
Pallet Kitchen Island Pallet Coffee Tables
Pallet Kitchen Island Pallet Coffee Tables
Pallet Kitchen Island Pallet Coffee Tables
Pallet Kitchen Island Pallet Coffee Tables
Pallet Kitchen Island Pallet Coffee Tables
Pallet Kitchen Island Pallet Coffee Tables
Pallet Kitchen Island Pallet Coffee Tables

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