DIY Upcycled Pallet Room Divider

DIY Upcycled Pallet Room Divider

Open spaces are no doubt modernistic and fun to have still there comes a time when you need some separate space for yourself. Instances are watching your favorite show in the living, working on laptop or studying your favorite book without any disturbance. Room dividers can be used best to alienate yourself from the surrounding. As you are on a DIY projects so we share you to build this DIY pallet room divider yourself and enjoy easy sectioning of your spaces. Having four panels this wooden room divider would be enough to separate a big portion into two and thus make you enjoy some private and undisturbed time.

You need to build each panel with cut out pallet slat or plank pieces and then bring them together with metal hinges forming that lovely wavy design. Not only in house spaces this gorgeous and stylish room divider can be feasibly used in the office spaces, restaurants, clinics etc. Staining it in the rich brown stain is an intentional task to make it look a spruced up rustic piece with peak natural warmth and beauty.

amazing pallet room divider

This room divider is simply made from the pallets and if you know even the basic crafting skills you can nicely make it of your own.

Pallet Kitchen Counter with Breakfast Table

Pallet Kitchen Counter with Breakfast Table & Storage

Counters are the soul of any kitchen as without them the kitchens are totally meaningless and worthless. And with pallets you can shape up a wooden counter of your won in your kitchen area thus saving a big fortune over the professional ones. You don’t have to experience any hassle, from the gain of pallets to the making of your kitchen counter all is nice and easy to practice yourself. And to show you and awesome sample we have this wood pallet kitchen counter with storage & breakfast table with us. Just grab some pallets lying down dead in your surroundings or you can order them to be dropped at your door step.

Dismantle the pallets and the cut down custom size plank pieces out of it. Then follow up the structure and start building this lovely and simple kitchen counter with simple stacking method using nails and screws. There are storage shelves for food items and crockery and a cute small attached breakfast table with stools adding more practical applications to your kitchen and the counter.

Pallet Kitchen

The counter has been stained in rustic brown with some coffee cards displayed as embellishing to make your kitchen look natural and warm.