Pallet Coffee & Tea Drink Station
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Previously, we've shown you how to deconstruct a pallet, in this post we share an idea of what to make with those pallet boards. It's important to point out that working with pallets is not for those who like right angles and nice straight edges--pallet lumber is definitely neither, but that is what people like about it. Pallets are usually free, pretty plentiful, and offer up a good amount of usable lumber. Embrace the imperfections that come along with using pallet wood.
If pallet wood is not your thing, then feel free to substitute purchased lumber in the same approximate size. Finish it with a weathered affect and you've got the rustic look without the imprecision!
This is a project that lends itself to creative interpretation. Your version, I'm sure, will be very different from ours based on the materials you use, the size that works for your space, and what you want to store in yours. Steph's version is perfect for her space. It replaces a mirror and is just what the space right above her new new live edge buffet table needed!
What would your coffee/tea station look like? Would you use pallet wood or something a little more precise? Let us know in the comments below!
Please note: We are not sponsored by any of the companies/products that we used. These products were picked and bought by us.
FYI: We are not professionals, and we don’t claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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12/29/2016 04:11:06 pm
Thanks so much Angie- we love to hear this! It's very encouraging to know people are enjoying our projects and presentations :)
12/29/2016 05:05:05 pm
Really enjoyed watching your video on Hometalk. I always wanted to do something with pallets. You and your mom have inspired me.
12/29/2016 09:34:34 pm
Thank you so much Becky! Craigslist is a great place to look for a pallet for your first project :)
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