Pallet Bathroom Storage - VIDEO

$40
2 Days
Medium

The bathroom is one room in your home that hardly ever has enough storage space. We show a clever storage idea which you can use a laundry basket too. You need pallets and can easily create this cheap project. Have fun! :)
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TUTORIAL video
Step 1: Take apart the 4 pallets
Version A: help of hammer and chisel then remove all the rusty nails OR
Version B: use an iron saw - faster but the rusty nails stay in the wood
Step 2: Sanding
Cut a piece of an grit paper - to the easier sanding, use a small slat. But even easier sanding use a sanding machine :)
Step 3: Join the part of the storage sides
The top
Step 4: Paintwork, the most entertaining part of the project
Step 5: Use square brackets to the joint

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1 question
  • Joanie
    on Nov 12, 2017

    I don't use a Hamper, but this is so practical......venting to let the stinky sock smell out....:)) Do you have a bin on the bottom to catch the nasties?

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  • Ladywadefisher
    on Mar 30, 2016

    Your welcome PaintyCloud

  • Joanie
    on Aug 8, 2017

    Very nice Druga... .....my Grandmother was from Hungary.
    I love this idea and YOU did a great job........clever and good lookin' piece of furniture!!
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