Pallet Paradise Bar
I took six 4 way or 2 way pallets that was for length of the bar, then i took two more 4 way pallets to construct the end of the bar, before I started to construct these pallets, I cut all of them at 39 inches high,l then I sanded each one until the grain of the wood was popping out at you.I'll have you know theres not one screw that was screwed in to my floor.when i had the two end pallets screwed together,I fastened them to the wall with 4 inch lag bolts, for the top of the bar, I used six 4 inch wide slats by 87 inch by 3/4 inch thickand glued all of the edges and used bar clamps to hold them in place for two days while i was letting the top of the bar pieces dry i started to construct the end of the bar that is closet 3 1/2 wide slats I cut and placed on the end of the bar then I cut both ends of the 3 1/2 wide with 45 degree cuts , Then I proceeded to use three different colors of stain charcoal black red ash & cherry oak witch was was applied one time for each stain with total of three times last coat was polyurethene high gloss.Remeber I cut all of the pallets at 39 inches what was left over, was the foot rests at the bottom that is no pictured yet.
I want people to view this bar as it could be theres',and I would be more than happy to give them a reasonable bid to install it for them in their own home .PS. thank you for letting me explain step x step instructions. until next time Danny Combs.
Published November 6th, 2015 4:15 AM
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