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Pallet Sectional Sofa

  • 6 pallets

  • medium

  • 6h

  • n/a

This piece is so nice that you could use this Pallet Sectional Sofa indoors or out! This took six pallets to make, and you’d only need to add the cushions of your choice.

Make a Pallet Sectional Sofa for yourself:

First, I stacked two pallets on top of one another. I used spare blocks to create the sofa feet. I attached them together with screws. The armrests and side trim are all from deck boards. I mounted the seatbacks at a comfortable angle, trimming the side boards to fit. To stabilize the back, I used more deck boards and fitted them in. Each section can stand alone, but I like the look of them together. There are two sections with armrests, and the third is more of a chaise-style section.

These are currently unfinished, but they would be beautiful stained or even painted to suit your decor. This was a fast and fun build.

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Mary
Mary

Hi! This looks really great! Can you possibly take a picture of the back for this newby!

Stefanie Köhler
Stefanie Köhler

Jörg Puttkammer

Andrea Nicholas-jones
Andrea Nicholas-jones

That is what I want. Aatu would love this

Mark Richards
Mark Richards

Looks easy enough 2 make and it part of Rachie’s therapy lol

Mark Richards
Mark Richards

Rachael Elizabeth Andrea Nicholas-jones

Robert Evan Thomas-Jones
Robert Evan Thomas-Jones

Lowri Thomas Jones be am pallets ty gwair?

Nous Deux
Nous Deux

Emeline Lea Lanthiez

Valérie Jarles
Valérie Jarles

etre un peu bricoleur, facile à faire, salon extérieur

Jérémy Quénéhen
Jérémy Quénéhen

Valentin pour notre terrasse au bureau

Rouchelle-Anne Cooke
Rouchelle-Anne Cooke

Ashley Ash Morris thought you might like this!

Shona
Shona

Looks fantastic

Pablo
Pablo

could you please send me detailed info of the job and te nevesary tools to me Too please?

HeatherStiletto
Reply to  Pablo

Hi Pablo, Heather the admin. assistant here. If you look at the top of this post, you’ll see little icons that indicate which tools were used. You can just hover your mouse over them and it’ll display each tool name. For this project, they indicated they used a planer, a sander, a drill and screws. They PROBABLY needed a saw if there was any trimming, but they didn’t list it. Hope this helps you a bit! Happy Palleting!

Kojo Kakraba Hayford
Kojo Kakraba Hayford

Can you please send me a detailed info on how to build it and which tools I may require?

Great job by the way!

HeatherStiletto

Hi Kojo, Heather the admin. assistant here. If you look at the top of this post, you’ll see little icons that indicate which tools were used. You can just hover your mouse over them and it’ll display each tool name. For this project, they indicated they used a planer, a sander, a drill and screws. They PROBABLY needed a saw if there was any trimming, but they didn’t list it. Hope this helps you a bit! Happy Palleting!

Andre Damrill
Andre Damrill

Love it great work.

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