Pallets are the easiest ones to repurpose for any kind of furniture including a table. We’ve already shared some pallet coffee table tutorials, and today I’d like to continue the topic with pallet dining tables. Making a pallet dining table isn’t a difficult craft, you can realize it even if you are a beginner.
The first dining table saves a cool rustic touch from the pallets. Find an old door of the size you want and strip it, choose a design and saw all the planks from the wooden pallets on the width of the door, then sand them. Screw the planks on the door from behind and voila, only the finish is left!
This industrial dining table boasts of trendy metal legs on wheels, so it’ll be mobile. The tabletop is made of one large pallet, which was sanded and stained, then the legs were attached to it.
If you need a table for outdoors, grab some pallets! This isn’t just a table for outdoors, it’s a lviing one with a succulent garden, so be aware to leave some space for them while constructing.
We’ve got a craft especially for patriots, this is a cool Independence Day pallet table with a painted flag on it! The only tricky thing may be paiting here but in case you doubt, you can always but some good stencils to apply the flag look.
Kids shouldn’t be forgotten, too! Here’s a wonderful pallet table for them, you just need to find a pallet for the top and some spindles for legs, sand them, paint and attach. Voila! The chairs are made in the same way.
Everyone is striving outdoors, and an outdoor table with a garden inside will be perfect for dinner parties and just to have a glass of wine. Build this low one using a pallet and some wood for legs, make an additional hole for the herb garden inside it.
One more outdoor piece with a rustic flavor is done using one pallet for the tabletop and some wood pieces for legs, the pallet is stained and the legs are painted white. The table is rather low but good for serving some starters.
Love shabby chic? Here we go with a proper tutorial! Remove the wood boards from the pallet, build a really large tabletop and reuse the legs from an old table. The just paint the piece and give it a worn shabby look.
This super easy picnic table is built up of two pallets attached to each other and then sanded and painted a bit. The holes inside may be used for storing various items – your purse or shoes.
One more dining table of pallets is put onto thin metal legs that make it stable and stylish giving more space under the table. It’s whitewashed for a cool modern look.
Three discarded pallets gave a life to this rustic dining table with X legs. All the pallets were stripped and then the wood was used to build a frame, legs and the top. The legs were made X for more stablity, and the whole table was stained dark for a rustic look.
The same idea is with this dining table but it was left industrial and rustic at the same time, the pallet pieces weren’t painted one color to highlight its origin.
The last tutorial for today is a super thin pallet table which was designed using pallet wood. Apply liquid nails to the slats and wiggle them into place. Allow this to dry overnight. Then add legs and you are done! Here you’ll see the hairpin legs, which are super trendy right now, but you can use any other you like.