37 whole pallet projects
(no disassembly required!)
We found nearly 40 complete pallet projects that you can create * without * disassembling a palette. These projects either use full palettes that are enlarged or partial palettes, so you only make a few cuts instead of completely disassembling them for your DIY pallet project.
Why whole pallets? Because even with our fast no-sweat method of disassembling a pallet, it's sometimes nice to grab a pallet and start working! Pallets in their original form are strong and sturdy. Use this strength for these smart projects with full interior palettes (see below) and for your yard, garden and garage here, For more DIY pallet projects and great tips and videos on working with pallets, visit our Pallets section.
18 pallet projects for interior work
Pallets are a great, affordable solution for home decor – stack, cut, use only a section, add something, and paint or color them. You want to use pallet projects in your decor? Use a pallet called HT (for heat treated wood). Take a look at more Home Decor for Pallets and take a look at these creative whole pallet projects for home decor:
This pallet day bed from Ashley Ann Photography is the perfect solution for a media room or guest room – and would not it be dreamy on a closed porch? The old door headboard is just the icing on the cake. (Further options for using old doors can be found here.)
Another pallet bed of Project kindergarten, was a great solution for a modular bed and would be great for a game room that also serves as a guest room.
Do you have books? This pallet bookshelf from Me and Madeline Perfect for children's books or smaller books like sentimental books, coffee table books or cookbooks.
PS: We've built a pallet-like pocket bookcase here if you need a different size or would rather build from scratch.
Another example of the pallet bookshelf (by Design2Use) about) uses the entire palette to create a wall storage for your favorite novels.
If you have a home for your books, but want a shelf for decoration or a herb garden indoors, these wall shelves on pallets (original sources unknown) are just right for you!
And another assumption of the same idea, this red pallet wall shelf (found about Pinterest) adds shelf shelves to the pallets for a creative presentation shelf.
A bit of display or storage space and a bit of workspace – this folding pallet wall desk by Thistle Wood Farms is practically perfect!
This is just a palette inspiredbut these wardrobes of Ana White are beautiful and you could easily get the same look by slicing a palette and making some modifications.
Have a seat! For indoors or outdoors this hanging bench is suitable for Treats from the Tremaynes make a fun little niche.
If your style is versatile or rustic, then this pallet console table is from Kleinworth and co is the perfect solution for small spaces! Paint or color it to match your decor and voila!
This TV is ready Funky Junk Interiors is a great, easy solution for your media center.
Do you have shoes? Of course you do! Turn pallets into this shoe rack Between 3 sisters,
This pallet sofa with storage space of Scraphacker is so smart! I love the little hidden storage space behind.
Do you need more than one loveseat? Take a look at this palette seating in a theater room! (Original source unknown)
Ready to decorate? This wall is hanging over I should wipe the floor is so easy to customize! (Just make sure that you have a very stable wall mount as a whole pallet is NOT light.) PS: See more pallet wall decor ideas here.
On the way to the kitchen – why not turn a pallet into a pot attachment? A greenpoint kitchen? Just attach some chicken wire and add some s-hooks. I bet it works for tools in a garage or a den.
Simple organization, which is also suitable as a decor! This cute cup holder from A little bird blog is perfect for a coffee station.
Pallets are great (with additional storage space!) For a table or bar like this one The poor Sophisticate built over an awkward skylight.
Did you inspire any of these home decor palette projects? Keep scrolling for garden and garage pallet projects! For more information, click in Pallets Aplenty. Pin it for later reference!
19 whole pallet projects for yard and garden
Pallet projects are the perfect solution for so many garden and farm needs. Do you need a pot table? a garden? Organization for your tools or sporting goods? How about a fence or a gate? All this and more you can build from pallets – without completely disassembling the pallets (or not at all)! These whole pallet projects will inspire you to give your garden a new function this weekend!
Start at the Porch: This painted pallet sign by Jennifer Allwood, shown on Remodelaholic, is the perfect large-scale solution for the seasonal verandah decor. Make it reversible, do one for every season – so many possibilities!
And how to make a pallet sign better – add a string of lights! This palette is Christmas tree of Do it in the mitten is so perfect for the holidays.
During flowering, this At Home with Kelsey pallet planter can be filled with flowerpots. In autumn and winter you can decorate the small shelves with other decorations to welcome your guests. So easy!
Do you need a partition in your garden or something to keep pets or children (or other things?) Away from this pallet fence? Home Talk is brilliant and looks surprisingly good.
Add a pallet door and walkway like Funky Junk Interiors to make your garden practically perfect.
On the way to the garage, this extended pallet tool rack is waiting for you Funky Junk Interiors has a place for everything. So smart!
For larger tools, there is a hanging tool organizer like this one Our little morning
or this over HGTV (Photo by Mick Telkamp) Keeps all your garden supplies good.
And in the garden makes a pair of pallets a great grid! More details below The preppy pink crocodile,
Think cleverer! This simple sports organizer of Clean and fragrant is perfect for your kids gear!
Make your patio perfect for entertaining with this palette buffet (image source unknown, but build one with you Instructions for the Weekend Country Girl).
Dress up with this rolling pallet planter from A designer at home,
The use of pallets helped Jodi of Second Wind of Texas build a deck out of a pallet base, saving both construction time and money.
Hoosier homemade built an entire freestanding deck out of pallets – what a cozy space!
Vertical gardens are both space saving and pretty, and this vertical pallet garden with hanging pots of Jenna Burger is so easy to exchange plants for different seasons.
You can also plant flowers or herbs directly in the pallets of the palette, such as: B. this vertical flower garden (original image source unknown).
The DIY showoff has used its vertical pallet garden to plant herbs and is freestanding, making it an excellent dividing wall when blocking a part of the garden or creating more privacy.
And this corner palette planter (original source unknown) is an alternative to a railing on a low deck.
This simple outdoor pallet sofa by Jenna Burger is perfect for the whole summer!
You can also build a matching pallet sofa and a coffee table Place of my taste – Love the bright colors.
Maintain your green thumb with a fold-up pallet garden table by Jenna Burger,
And after all this work you want to rest on this idyllic pallet bed swing The funny thought built!
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