Pallets are everywhere!

My job as a supplier and international agent for a German brand of wheels and castors meant that the packaging of my goods was always done in the best quality pallets. I used to wonder initially if the pallets that we passed on to our customers ever found an economically and environmentally friendly end use.

That was also the time that I suddenly got interested in carpentry after a neighbor who was equally smitten went about creating signature pieces which I was extremely jealous about.

Now I did not want to pursue carpentry but I wanted to try my hand. So, I decided to work around with the pallets that were lying unused in the garage for a bit. I was at that time doing a blog on The 10 Best Bench Grinders for 2018 – Tested, Rated & Reviewed when I hit upon the wonderful site where they taught how to creatively use the pallets to create some of the richest looking and unique furniture.

I have tried all of them and I bet that in case you walked into my house today and realized that most of my furniture is made from pallets, you will rub your eyes and refuse to believe. They look so gorgeous!

  1. Bookshelves:

Books resting on rustic looking shelves feel so inviting and heavenly.

  1. Display shelves:

This is a great idea if you are looking for something non-conventional for your living room.

  1. Kitchen shelves:

These can add that spark of freshness.

  1. Coat rack:

Color them rainbow and see the look of the room change.

  1. Garden benches:

Great alternative to other woods this.

  1. Open letterbox:

Adds old world charm to your Porsche.

  1. Bird feeding benches:

Such cute one that every avian guest would love to visit you!

  1. Coffee table:

Mine has become a conversation starter whenever I entertain guests. So neat!

  1. Work table:

If you need to a change from the boring study that is!

  1. Workstation in the cake studio:

Creative people deserve creative interiors. The best advantage of using pallet furniture is that it is inexpensive and so you can keep experimenting with it as much as you like and change the furniture and the setting often too without feeling guilty about anything at all.…