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Spectacular Strips Pallet Wood Kitchen

  • 200 pallets

  • easy

  • 200h

  • $40

I collected and dismantled about 200+ broken pallets to make my Spectacular Strips Pallet Wood Kitchen! Additionally, I used about 3000 screws and 3 liters of PVA glue, and no clamps at all. I have the cheapest planer, and orbital sander bought years ago. Believe it or not, the total cost for this project was £40! That was for the hinges, screws, glue, and lots of sanding discs.

Start collecting those broken pallet pieces now to make your own version of this Pallet Wood Kitchen!

Spectacular Strips Pallet Wood Kitchen Pallet Cabinets & Wardrobes
This fantastic pallet wood cabinet and counter set features the beautiful end grain of several types of pallet wood, including poplar, pine, oak, maple, and more. It is done in a butcher-block style with planed pallet wood strips to make them into a consistent thickness.
Spectacular Strips Pallet Wood Kitchen Pallet Cabinets & Wardrobes
This project is an excellent way to feature and use partially damaged pallet wood deck boards.
Spectacular Strips Pallet Wood Kitchen Pallet Cabinets & Wardrobes
WOW! Imagine looking at a counter top like this in your kitchen! Start saving those pallet deck boards.
Spectacular Strips Pallet Wood Kitchen Pallet Cabinets & Wardrobes
Attention to detail can turn broken pallet boards into a remarkable piece of craftsmanship. The edges of this counter top are routed over for a smooth and comfortable feel.
Spectacular Strips Pallet Wood Kitchen Pallet Cabinets & Wardrobes
Don’t be afraid to feature the end grain and side grain of pallet wood. It is lovely!

Add some adorable Pallet Wood Shelves for extra storage in your work areas! Have you ever tried a Cardboard Cake?

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Ronni Rodriguez
Ronni Rodriguez

Where do you store many pallets? I just got fined almost $500 by the city council for having about 75 pallets in my large BACKYARD! There’s no way I could fit them inside my garage. Any insight on this subject?

HeatherStiletto

Break them down as you get them – I find it easier myself to use the Sawzall and a wood/metal blade just to get the task done quickly so the wood piles can be kept neat and orderly to prevent hassles from local gov’t code enforcement agencies. – HS.

Chris Gravestock
Chris Gravestock

cost of materials maybe but many hours of intensive labour priceless!!

Philippe Spitalier
Philippe Spitalier

“No clamps” ?
Hmm another way to press pieces while glue works then

Hesaurus

Looks amazing! Probably well beyond my skill but very nice to look at and great inspiration. Thank you

HeatherStiletto
Reply to  palletmanmark

Awesome! If you emulate the glue&screw technique for your own pallet project, we’d love to see it! <3 -HS

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