18 More Totally Pallet-able Ways to Repurpose Old Pallets
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18 More Totally Pallet-able Ways to Repurpose Old Pallets

We’ve discovered our new fave way to decorate on the cheap. It’s no secret that home decor can cost a pretty penny. That designer bed set of your dreams? Totally not in the budget. A Picasso-inspired work of art? Not happening. We’ve been pumped about pallets for a while now. Not only are they affordable (use them to redecorate without spending a thing!), but they’re the perfect way to personalize your nest. So pull up a pallet and get ready to explore the many ways you can sprinkle the love throughout your home with these 18 totally pallet-able ideas.

1. Love Headboard: Does your bedroom need an update? We’re not underestimating the power of a new coat of paint, but here’s a fresh idea: Revamp your digs with a rustic-chic headboard. How’s that for a bedroom you’ll actually want to live in? (via House Tweaking)

2. Monogrammed Chevron Tray: Show off your personality with a monogrammed chevron pallet tray. (via SAS Interiors)

3. Wood Coffee Table: Who knew that a pallet could be so at home in your house? This colorful coffee table is the perfect conversation starter for style-conscious guests, so don’t stick it in an obscure corner! (via Beach Bum Livin’)

4. Bathroom Storage: Primp your bathroom with a pallet. This pallet shelving system is fun and functional. Extra storage space is one thing a bathroom can never have enough of. When you need a place for toiletries and towels… here it is. (via A Beautiful Mess)

5. Desk: It’s one of our all-time favorite quotes, “Home is where the pallet is.” Okay, we’ve tweaked it a bit. But seriously, isn’t this chic pallet desk calling your name too? Definitely designer approved. (via Thistlewood Farms)

6. Potting Bench: Kick your gardener status up a notch with an honest-to-goodness potting bench. This DIY was inspired by a new line of potting benches from a garden and design boutique in Solana Beach, California. The designer pieces were made from regular wooden pallets, just like this one! Way cool. (via BHG)

7. Serving Tray: May we present this pallet-able idea: the tray. (It’ll be the talk of the table.) (via Live, Laugh, Rowe)

8. Reclaimed Wood Heart Art: This piece of pallet art has stolen our heart. (via Beyond the Picket Fence)

9. Swing: It’s the little things that make a house a home. Deck out your fave space (inside or out) with this clever swing. It’s a reading nook/romantic love seat/personal hideaway that you’ll keep coming back. (via Buzz)

10. Wood Walkway: More irresistible than the yellow brick road (and just as charming), a simple garden path is streamlined with pallet boards. Follow the pallet wood walkway! (via Funky Junk)

11. Living Wall: Turn your deck or patio into an outdoor oasis with this visually stunning living wall. Grab a pallet, some plants, and potting mix, and you’re ready to go. (via Design Rulz)

12. Headboard: Implement this headboard and transform your bedroom into a beautiful space that you love (and your friends envy). (via This Old House)

13. Patchwork Pallet: We’re pretty smitten with this rustic little table. Think coffee table, bench, or entryway focal point. And check out those colors! (via Beyond the Picket Fence)

14. Pet Bed: This pet bed, cleverly crafted from pallets, says “hip new home.” How could your furry friend not love it? (via All Women Stalk)

15. Recycled Wood Pallet Table: Pallets take on a modern vibe with this recycled pallet table. It’s time to go with the green. (via Curbly)

16. Swing Bed: It’s a bed. It’s a swing. It’s an extreme bed makeover and creative play space for your little one. (And how cute is that playful decorative bunting?) (via Serendipity)

17. Pallets Bed: This posh pallet bed will brighten every early morning. Not only is it fun to wake up to, but it’s sleepover-approved. (via Chic Shabby Cottage)

18. Wooden Bicycle Pallet Art: We have a new two-wheeled fantasy! It’s a bright and shiny vintage bicycle, painted prettily onto pallet wall art. (via A Glimpse Inside)

Which of these projects pleases your palette? ;) Talk with us in the comments!