Pallet wood end table has lower shelf: rustic good looks, budget-friendly and handy for your living room, bedroom, outdoor living areas, and man cave!
First I broke down two pallets. Next, I framed the top portion and included the legs into the frame. Then I installed the slats on the top, using boards with more milling marks. I installed two cross braces for the lower shelf and topped it with more deck boards. I used 2 1/2″ wood screws to attach the legs to the top frame and 1 1/2″ trim nails to fasten the slats to the top of the table and the bottom shelf. Additionally, I used my sliding compound miter saw, a cordless drill, sander, and hammer. Finally, I applied one coat of stain after sanding.
Nicely done! Now you need an outstanding Coffee Table to go with it!