We continue sharing cool projects with pallets as a main source of material, and today we are repurposing pallets into benches.
The first bench is just a sanded and stained pallet put on legs. There’s a storage space inside it, where you can store magazines and books, and you can also put a soft cushion on it for more comfort.
The second tutorial is about a planter pallet bench. Besides a pallet, you’ll need a couple of large and stable concrete planters with some trees inside. Cut, sand and shape the pallet according to the size you need and place it on the planters so that the trees were inside, this way it wall sit stable.
Continuing the outdoor décor theme, here’s a pallet table and bench for your garden. You need to strip the pallets for wood and build furniture according to the plans attached.
Need a cool patio bench with a back? No problem! Attach several pallets to form a bench with a back and then add stable and durable legs to the whole construction. Place a couple of cushions above.
This painted simple bench was built of a stripped pallet, frame it out with the pallet stringers. Then sand most of the paint off to give it a weathered look.
These small garden benches were built of pallet wood. Take the pallets apart and then just keep building until they look the way you want them. Then sand and paint the pieces, voila!
Have kids? Build a pallet bench for them! Use two pine pallets, pull them apart and then build what you want for your children, add a back and armholders for comfort.
One more outdoor rustic eye-candy is built using pallets except for the 2×6 for the frame. Use steel screws, stain, and Thompsons water treatment to keep it in good shape through the rains and winter.
Recycle your old headboard and some pallets for this bench. Take the foot of the bed and cut off the length you want, secure the arms to the headboard and use some 2x4s from a pallet to connect the two, lay out more pallet wood to create the seating.
This modern bold blue bench was built from pallet wood: just disassemble the pallets and then build it using plans and sand and paint the bench with several coats of dazzling blue.
To get this modern rustic bench glue and screw the seat from the braces of the pallet. The top panels of the pallet are used for cross members and esthetic touches. The legs can also be made by combining two braces together.
This pallet bench has been made entirely from 2 discarded wooden pallets found at the dump, surprisingly comfortable with the seat and back slightly angled, there are a couple of brackets on the back for an umbrella.
A pallet shoe bench is a nice and space-saving idea for any entryway. Make it using the cut pallets and pallet wood and inserting the shoe shelves inside.
Wheels make this bench comfy and mobile. Just cut the pallets and attach them to each other, then adjust wheels for mobility.