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Two-Pallet Potting Bench

Make a two pallet potting bench that can also be used as a charming console table or craft desk! All you need are 2 or 3 pallets, plus a little cutting and assembling!
For this two-pallet potting bench, we are utilizing the structure of pallets to make our work easier!
Cut the “legs” to the correct height.
A comfortable height for a potting bench is about 37″. So the legs are 32″ to 33″ tall.
The table top is made by cross cutting a pallet, and rearrange the boards.
The legs and table top are joined together with pocket hole screws.
Paint it with your favorite color! Here we used Robin's Egg blue.
Ready to build? You can check out the full set of plans and more details at the link below.

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  • Elizabeth Sagarminaga
    Elizabeth Sagarminaga Mission Viejo, CA
    on May 8, 2015

    Nice project, I really liked it very much. Thank you for the share. I have a number of old wood fence planks and I would love to use those for a purpose like this. Hope I succeed in finishing the project and getting a beautiful result. Thanks again.

  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on May 8, 2015

    This is awesome!

    • APieceofRainbow
      APieceofRainbow Coronado, CA
      on May 8, 2015

      @Hannah V thank you dear hannah! you know we can sneak this table somewhere even as apartment dwellers right? ;-) xo

  • Cindy
    Cindy Colorado Springs, CO
    on May 9, 2015

    A very good idea!! And cute!! I really like it!! Thank you for sharing it :)

  • Norma Muncy
    Norma Muncy Corbin, KY
    on May 9, 2015

    I love this! I have been looking for a potting bench idea that I can manage. I think I can do this. Great idea, thank you!!💐🌸🌷🌼💐🌸

  • Chrystal C. Tripp
    Chrystal C. Tripp Riverbank, CA
    on May 9, 2015

    I would have chosen a complimentary color to paint the raw wood so the bench will not age and shorten it's shelf life. But good idea over all.

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