Red Pallet Coffee Table with Instructions


As you know that coffee table is the need of every home and it has higher industrial rates. So what is to be done to get in thrifty way? Here we have a perfect suggestion for you to stay on budget while getting the coffee table. We have reused some rustic shipping skids for this DIY red pallet coffee table which has been raised on wheels. Top has been made in with thick oak pallet boars and has different colors like red, black and rustic wooden.
Get some hardware wheels and metal brackets which are the only components that will charge you some price otherwise the whole pallet coffee table project is free of cost and has totally an industrial look and flavor.
You need some metallic wheels, some disassembled pallet pieces and a rustic pallet frame to get this prominent type of wood table. Get the wood sanded till the gracious and shiny appearance and use the circular saw for cutting process.
So, we stained one board in black using minwax stain which is really popular for dark black wooden shades.

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2 questions
  • Cheryl
    on May 14, 2016

    What are you using to separate the layers?

    • Mary Wagner
      on Jan 20, 2017

      If you look at the right side you can see that they used metal brackets. I think 4x4 cut would also work if you did not want too much mixed media.

  • Fred
    on Jul 1, 2016

    The metal brackets were ignored in the commentary. Were did you get the metal brackets?

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