85+ Creative DIY Pallet Projects
85+ Creative DIY Pallet Projects
Phew! What week! We have had SO much fun working on pallet projects this Pallets Aplenty week and seeing everything that you’ve been building, too! Be sure to check out all the Pallets Aplenty pallet projects here, and check out the #palletsaplenty tag over on Facebook and Instagram to see even more projects from others. (PS: Be sure to subscribe by email or RSS so you won’t miss a single upcoming project tutorial here on Remodelaholic!)
So let’s review some of our favorite parts of this week of pallets — and show you even MORE awesomely creative DIY pallet projects!
New videos and going LIVE!
In addition to all our new tutorials, videos, and amazing guests this week — we also have a new FIRST… our first live broadcast! We went live over on Facebook to show off our patio coffee table (which I’m still just tickled pink about!) — there were a few technical glitches, like the sound not working for about the first 20 seconds, but we’ll keep learning and getting better, promise! To see more videos, check out and subscribe to our YouTube channel, and follow us on Facebook so you will be notified of our next LIVE video — and leave us a comment to let us know what kind of videos you’d like to see more of!
The Pallet Challenge
We also had another first this week — our first Pallet Challenge! We had 8 other amazing bloggers join us to create something awesome out of pallet wood, so be sure to check out all of their projects, too — they are very talented DIYers you’re going to love!
scalloped farmhouse headboard | This Mama’s Dance
pallet wood spice rack | Red Cottage Chronicles
hexagon side table | Lemon Thistle
patio coffee table with drink cooler | Remodelaholic
under bed toy storage | Our House Now a Home
stacked pallet coffee table | AD Aesthetic
rustic pallet wood crown molding | The Weathered Fox
paper roll pallet memo board | Cupcakes and Crinoline
outdoor pallet bar | Our Crafty Mom
Reader Pallet Projects
We also have some awesomely talented readers who shared pictures over on Facebook — check out these DIY pallet projects! (If you have a project you want to show off, drop us a line here or message us over on Facebook.)
Bobbi used pallet wood to update her fireplace, create an accent wall on her pot shelves (or whatever you prefer to call that alcove up there! :), and as rustic style chair rail wainscoting.
Kathy made this baby gate, perfect for littles and fur babies.
Khristina made this pallet shelf — a great little decor piece!
Inspired by Hertoolbelt’s pallet pumpkins, Terri made this set of pumpkins.
Connie made this great pallet side table (similar to this one we’ve featured).
DB Wood Crafters made this lovely “thankful” pallet sign.
Favorites from the #PalletsAplenty link party
And of course, we LOVED seeing all the amazing projects shared at the pallets-only link party! We’ll highlight a few of our favorites, and be sure to check out all of the projects below!
Five Marigolds made this easy rustic industrial monogram sign for her son’s room — it looks great with the lights, too!
I love the combination of finishes/patterns that The Created Home used on these pallet pumpkins
and these stacked pallet scrap pumpkins by Little House of Four are just adorable!
The pallet frames plus industrial pipe hanging makes the map art amazing at Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body.
This pallet message center at Kammy’s Korner is so smart for organizing papers and daily items.
A different take on the pallet sign — add LIGHTS! Perfect for a wintry touch at Fresh Crush.
Pretty Handy Girl installed this fabulous scrap wood and pallet wall in her home — and it has built-in ledges for small decor and frames!
This pallet scrap art at Meegan Makes is just so cute, with the whitewash and handpainted floral wreath.
We made a pallet tray here, but I like that this tray by My Repurposed Life uses the curves of the pallet wood!
Add a little rustic style (and some table protection) with a pallet table runner by Raggedy Bits.
And, this pallet wood frame wreath by Lehman Lane is a great piece of seasonal decor — just swap out what’s in the jar vase, easy peasy!
Thank you featuring my DIY Pallet Art. I am honored and truly appreciate it.
Have a great week.