Pallet is cheap and easy to get so that it becomes popular among do-it-yourselfers. The pallet DIY furniture surely adds value to your home décor. Have you got one at home? If not, you should make one.
Do you need more clues? You can read these three easy DIY pallet projects and give them a try.
1.From a Pallet to a Bookshelf
Book lovers, if you can’t stop buying new books, you’ll need this pallet project. Instead of buying a new bookshelf, turn a pallet into a bookshelf. Thus, you can store your book collections like a pro. It surely saves your money and collections.
Before building your bookshelf from the pallet, you need to consider the room space. Make sure that the bookshelf won’t overload. You might use the idea of a floating bookshelf (for a small space room) and a freestanding bookshelf (for a large space room).
Paint the pallet wood in bright or neutral colors. They will give you amazing radiant colors when they meet your colorful book covers.
2.From a Pallet to a Shoe Rack
Women are the best shoe collectors. Then, one shoe rack will never be enough to store your shoes. If you keep buying new shoes without proper storage plans, these large numbers of shoes can cause clutter to your home. You definitely won’t love it.
Like it or not, you must have a new shoe rack for new shoes. Do you prefer buying a shoe rack or building your exclusive bookshelf from extra pallet woods you have at home? If the second one is your answer, then you have saved more money for more shoes.
All you need to prepare are wood glue, saw, clamps, brad nails, and pallet woods. Then, conjoin all materials to shape cubbies. Make sure that they have a slightly different size to ensure all types of shoes can fit inside. You can make as many cubbies as possible; then, stack them vertically to a wall to keep the floor spacious.
3.From a Pallet to a Mirror
It is not expensive to have a unique and rustic mirror at home. You can make a pallet-framed mirror. It is not only stunning but also functional for your room décor in a living room or bathroom.
An idea of a random scarp design accentuates the mirror rustic look. Then, how to make it? You only need a frameless mirror, some pallet woods, wood glue, and saw.
First, cut the woods with different sizes. Then, conjoin them with wood glue onto the mirror as its frame. You could paint the woods if you want to. Finally, your unique pallet-framed mirror is ready to attach to a wall.
Hopefully, those three DIY pallet projects have inspired you to be craftier homeowners.
Some ideas for making a small bathroom work and that are very inexpensive include, changing the colors in the wall tiles or fixtures, adding some additional storage, or adding a small cabinet. Changing the colors in the wall tiles can make the bathroom seem bigger.