Pallet FurniturePallet Boxes & ChestsWall Mounted Pallet Wood Jewelry Box


by Ray Sell

Wall Mounted Pallet Wood Jewelry Box

  • 1 pallet

  • easy

  • 8h

  • $15

This Pallet Wood Jewelry Box project took very little material, and all the wood came from a single pallet. I found a very weathered hardwood pallet, and just used the top deck boards and tossed the runners.

Why hide your pretty jewelry away? This nifty little Wall-Mounted Pallet Wood Jewelry Box lets you display it all with pride!

First, I attached the boards that form the back of the jewelry box with three 1/2″ x 1″ strips and 3/4″ pan head screws. The pan head screws are the only mechanical fasteners I used. I glued the rest of the jewelry box using wood glue. Pre-drill the boards for the hook installation before installing the sides. Install the hooks after the frame is assembled, sanded and finished. Use only fine grit sandpaper like 220-grit to maintain the rustic look. Heavier grits remove the wood’s patina. I applied a satin finish water-based clear coat after sanding the entire piece. Apply four coats, sanding between each layer). I already had all the materials, but between the screws, hooks, clear coat and wood glue, this project probably costs around $15 to make. Now, you can proudly show your upcycled jewelry!

Wall Mounted Pallet Wood Jewelry Box Pallet Boxes & Chests
Use simple cup hooks or this style of a longer hook (your preference). Little ceramic dishes or cups make great ring and earring holders that you can take down and look through.
Wall Mounted Pallet Wood Jewelry Box Pallet Boxes & Chests
Customize this idea to any size or shape you need to fit your jewelry.
Wall Mounted Pallet Wood Jewelry Box Pallet Boxes & Chests
Don’t sand with too aggressive grit or you’ll lose that beautiful rustic look.

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Love this idea. I have been thinking I need something like this to organize my stuff and this looks really great!

Reply to  Clougheed

We’d love to see what you come up with. If you do a search for JEWELRY on our site, you’ll get many ideas. This one was my personal solution for my jewelry organization needs, but there are so many that I’ve seen that I want to make ANOTHER one and add ideas! Happy Palleting! – HS.

Dianne McTeer


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