DIY Wood Pallet Outdoor Bar
Hey friends! I am super excited to share my wood pallet bar that I made for our back deck with you today! LC helped me make this bar a few weeks ago, and we immediately started putting it to good use. We like to grill out in the warmer months, and we didn’t have anyplace to sit the trays of food, etc. that we would carry up and down from the kitchen, so the main reason we wanted to build this wood pallet bar was to sit next to our grill to use as a counter space for food preparation, and we just love it!
We used two pallets for this project and we also used our HomeRight paint sprayer to paint them before we assembled it. We also used four 12x12 pavers to place on the top as our counter. You can see a full list of needed supplies in the post by clicking the link below.
These are the wood pallets we used to build the bar.
Here is a progress shot that shows how we assembled the bar. We used pieces of wood going down each side and screwed them in with wood screws, and a piece of plywood across the top to support the pavers.
You can read detailed instructions in the blog post about how to make one for yourself. We just love the way it turned out, and we have been using it regularly ever since! We had a party recently and used it as a drink bar, so it has been put to good use!
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Published August 18th, 2016 8:58 AM