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Pallet Top Desk Make it yourself

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PHOTO: Thistlewood Farm

Create your Own Pallet Top Desk

PROJECT AND PHOTOS CONTRIBUTED BY KARIANNE WOOD OF THISTLEWOOD FARM

Add a rustic touch to your study with this pallet top desk. Repurpose an old table and a wood pallet to make this one-of-a-kind piece.

Materials and Tools Needed

  • Old Table
  • Wood Pallet
  • Hammer
  • Corner Braces
  • Screws
  • White Paint
  • Nails

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Step One

Remove the legs and braces from an old table. The dimensions of the table used here are 48 ” wide x 18 1/2″ deep x 33″ tall. Pry the pallet boards off of your free pallet leaving the frame of the pallet intact.

PHOTO: Thistlewood Farm

Step Two

Construct a frame by attaching the pallet boards to the sides of the legs. The pallet boards on the long side of the desk measure 48″ wide, and the pallet boards on the short side measure 11″ wide. Add a slanted brace cut on a diagonal for support. Fasten the brace to the legs of the desk.

PHOTO: Thistlewood Farm

Step Three

Paint the base of the desk white. On the original pallet frame, cut frame to 18 1/2″ deep. Re-nail the boards back onto the pallet without any gaps. Attach top to base.

 

Finished Pallet Top Desk

PHOTO: Thistlewood Farm

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