Pinterest Love: Wood Pallets

No longer are we driving behind strip malls and  behind grocery stores in the dark of night to try to score a few wood pallets for the weekends bomb fire any more! We’re going dumpster diving for wood pallets to create amazing works of art, funtionable pieces of furniture and jaw dropping design features! Who knew the wood pallet would be the next big thing in DIY design! Pinterest has it’s fair share of pallet pleasures…

This pin was found on Re- Nest!  Katrin Arens has this amazing Pallet Plate display in her kitchen! So charming!

This entire patio set is created with Wood Pallets. Pinned over at Livingroom Interior Design. Amazing!

Shelving is a great way to repurpose wood pallets and this pin comes to us via “You paid more then me.”

This pin from Apartment Therapy shows us that casters and a glass top can glam up any wood pallet!

This little wood pallet reading nook was pinned via “OhDeedOh” as is beyond darling! My kids would go nuts for something like this!

And lastly this darling sofa bed pinned via Apartment Therapy!

Are you as inspired as I am to get a wood pallet and work some magic on it! My mind is going a mile a minute as i try to think up my own exciting project! Are you thinking too?

* If you repin any of these darling ideas please follow the link to the original post and pin from there!

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  1. 1

    i’m loving all the wood pallet projects as well. I actually blogged today about making Halloween Graveyard Crosses from wood pallets, and we just made a wood pallet “spooky” fence the other weekend. I can’t wait to start using more wood pallets for other more permanent home projects! Great finds!

  2. 2

    So inspired. I have done three projects in the last few months. I have more swirling around!

  3. 3

    I have been unsuccessful finding pallets- I may need to dumpster dive, myself! I have “pallet project love” myself! Thanks for sharing the other ideas…. but now I need More pallets! Lol

  4. 4

    I’ve fallen in love with the pallet trend myself, but if I ever get the time to do a project, I’ll be making my own version. There’s just too much risk, in my opinion, in using old ones. I read a post (link below) that was eye opening (and yuck factor inducing). I’d highly recommend rethinking the dumpster diving.

    http://www.cupboardsonline.com/2011/04/when-trends-attack-shipping-pallet.html

  5. 5

    How funny, I have a board on pinterest just for my pallet love! I have never made anything from pallets but I love the idea and really want to make something some day.

  6. 6

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  7. 7

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  8. 8

    We know Jesus was a carpenter by profession. Does the bible tell us about any of the carpentry projects he completed?
    For instance was he into house construction or creation of
    furniture and toys?.

  9. 9

    An outstanding share! I’ve just forwarded this onto a friend who has been doing a little homework
    on this. And he actually bought me dinner simply because I found it for him…
    lol. So allow me to reword this…. Thanks for the meal!!
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