Another DIY Pallets Transformation Into Table

Most of DIY projects are made of things that in time they became useless. These DIY projects are a way of bringing them back to life and finding them a new purpose. It is also a good way of recycling old things and taking care of our environment.

The same thing happened to these wood pallets. They were transformed into a nice DIY Succulent Pallet Table.This DIY project begins with the deconstructing the wood pallets. After you pull apart two wood pallets you use 2×4 sized boards in order to get a rectangular frame to attach it to the table legs.

The top of this table is made up in three sections: two flat boards make the right side, three boards make the left side and the center three boards represent the separate planting box area. Some 3×8 inch holes can be drilled in the bottom and you may fill them up with some small sized flowers like succulents and some pebbles which will complete the whole décor of the table.

For those who love simple things, made by their own hand this DIY project is perfect for them. They will also be able to admire their favorite flowers every day and complete their outdoor design with this nice DIY Succulent Pallet Table.{foud on faroutflora}

Published by in DIY Projects, on August 19th, 2011


One Response to “Another DIY Pallets Transformation Into Table”

  • Matti says:

    The succulent pallet table was a ton o fun to make. Currently we are working on some off spring from this idea for future projects. Thanks for the shout out. Matti

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