Great DIY Pallet Farm Table Desk

Wood pallets have always proved to be perfect materials for DIY projects. They are cheap, easy to use and add a rustic air to the whole interior. These materials can be found easily and are really accessible. You may create great tables, desks or plant holders which can save you money, time and can bring you a lot of appreciation from those who will admire your work and admire your eco friendly spirit.

The following DIY project is also based on the use of wood pallets. The project refers to a rustic desk which looks like a great DIY Pallet Farm Table Desk. Materials like: cedar planks, pallet 4×4 oak posts for the legs and some 4 foot chunks of reclaimed 2×4’s for the framework will help you create a long desktop measuring 12 feet.

You will be surprised by the huge space that will provide you where you can arrange all your files, accessories and other items .The desk is divided into three sections. Two of them offer enough space for storing different objects while the center section offers a great space for a sitting area.

As it provides a rustic design some other DIY accessories complete this image like the light fixture or the file holder. The natural wood nuance is contrasted very well by the black items which appear on the desk.{found on funkyjunkinteriors}

Published by in DIY Projects, on September 26th, 2011



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