Wall Organizer Made From Pallets

I love pallet projects! This one came together with a few different pallets. I had to use newer pallets for the boxes and I used an older pallet for the sides of the organizer.
We cut up the middle of the pallet below to get most of the wood we needed to make the cubbies.
I loved the cubbies all on their own! I might be making a few more of these soon to make other projects!
We screwed the boxes in between the sides of the organizer making sure the back of the cubbies were flush with the back of the sides.
I painted this organizer and then added some numbers using the Stencil Masks from Hazel & Ruby.
This pallet organizer has been great for crafts supplies, but would also be perfect for books, magazines, toys, stuffed animals or Legos. You can see the entire project on my blog post.

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Lindsay Eidahl

Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!


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  • Stephanie Fudge
    Stephanie Fudge
    on Apr 16, 2016

    Lindsay I'm in Marion where do you get your pallets from? I would like to make about 10 of these LOL

    • Debra H Collins
      Debra H Collins
      on Apr 14, 2020

      Some stores throw them away. Drive by dumpsters and you may find one leaning nearby. There is one store that stacks them at the edge of their parking lot so people can take them.

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  • Toni Lee
    Toni Lee
    on Dec 1, 2018

    I have the same problem as one of the other posters. Not able to pull pallets apart. However I’m going to try to make this out of new wood. Will try to figure out measurements and have Lowe’s cut the wood for me. :)

    • Lindsay Eidahl
      Lindsay Eidahl
      on Dec 2, 2018

      They are hard to pull apart. We don’t do many projects with them anymore for that reason.

  • Yolanda Hernaiz
    Yolanda Hernaiz
    on May 28, 2019

    I'm going to give it a tried

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