Measure and cut down all the boards, carve grooves into the side, attach the seat, and paint.
Make sure the pallets are heat treated, stain walnut after screwing in, and attach fence brackets.
Cut spindles down at the size desired, screw into the bottom of the table, and brush on outdoor paint.
Form the frame with a Kreg Jig, notch the back posts, attach the arms with wood glue, and cut out geometric shapes.
Tape down the floral stencil, brush over with chalk paint, and paint the detailing a bright green.
Pre drill the holes first, cut a diamond design in the 2X4’s, and attach the legs.
Sand down the board, round the edges, screw in the top plates, and leave wood unfinished.
Reduce the width of the cot with a Ryobi and add L shaped brackets to support the slates.
Replace the rotted wood, spray paint the metal a bright red, and staple board with fabric.