Pallet FurniturePallet Benches, Pallet Chairs & StoolsSolid Little Pallet Bench


by Ross

Solid Little Pallet Bench

  • 1 pallet

  • easy

  • 2h

  • $4

Here’s an all-purpose, Solid Little Pallet Bench that could be used for construction to parties. This bench is a simple build and only cost about four dollars.

My Solid Little Pallet Bench:

I built this bench in about two hours, and it was quite easy. I glued 8×3 stringer boards together to create the top. Next, I cut the four legs at a 15-degree angle. I installed a railing on the underside with glue and deck screws and then glued the legs in place, securing with 2 1/2″ deck screws. Just a simple length of 8×3 and 3×3 legs glued and screwed. This made a simple, yet solid bench.

I painted it with a medium brown paint and let it dry. This bench will be a handy addition to my back yard (or workshop).

Solid Little Pallet Bench Pallet Benches, Pallet Chairs & Stools
Solid Little Pallet Bench Pallet Benches, Pallet Chairs & Stools

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Robert Parker

The wood was delivered on a pallet!

Milhouse Mccarthy

What part of the pallet do they come from?? Ha


hi I was just looking at your work and noticed it isn’t your work at all I’m a little confused as to why you would just steal my pictures and pass it off as your own I’m flattered that you thought it was worth stealing though. I don’t mind that you wanted to share it. by the way there was no bits glued and screwed for the top it is a solid piece of 8×3″ and 165cm in length. Thank you. if you want to email me for tips on what to build I’d be happy to help.

Christine Naylor

Looking for some help please……having just bought a scooter I want to make a safe ‘shed’ for it, as it has to be parked outside…it must have a flat(ish) roof not apex as it will be going beneath the kitchen window….any ideas how I can make one please….thank you

1001 Pallets

Absolutely! If you go to and search for sheds, you’ll see LOTS of ideas. I recently built one that wasn’t peaked (the apex style) – it’s more of a lean-to style, with the top of the roof line coming in just under my shed windows and sloping about 2 inches down to allow for water to run off. It’s actually where we now store our lawn mowers and some yard equipment. I just measured the max height (under the windows), and then made the front of the shed about two inches lower, and built front doors and a side… Read more »

Christine Naylor

Thank you :)

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