We are always at advantage while working with these used wood pallets to up-cycled something of our need. You can involve your family members add fun to this creative activity and enjoy working. By crafting wood pallet furniture we show our creative side to others as well. Crafting something for our bedroom, drawing room, lounge, entryway or garden for its need or for the sole purpose of filling your unused space with something of utility or decor with economy and class. We have unlimited ideas that are of varied uses and flavor. Below we will provide a step by step instructions to create an exquisite wood pallet terrace.
First of all you need to collect the pallets of your required size and cut them to appropriate size and lay a foundation for this terrace. First create a border for this square terrace by cut and join equal sized wood planks in which the rectangular support/foundation will be provided in the next step to provide a solid ground. We have customized a circle at one corner of this terrace to add flavor to it.
After laying the foundation, the next step is to join the wood pallets in a straight pattern adjacent to one another to form a floor of this deck. The circle must be left unattended for our desired purpose. The wood pallet deck formed solid by drilling the holes to screw everything up together with the foundation to make it one piece.
The next assignment is to craft an elevated “headlong” to the one side of this deck by joining the wood pallets of appropriate size vertically and later use it as a pallet planter and utilize the center we left unattended to give it a well look.
We crafted the headlong wide and hollow by leaving the center empty and we used the empty space to work as a planter. A support between the two longer horizontal border is placed after every few feet so that it hold it place for longer time.
Mission accomplished! This is an up to date art work of a supreme class that not only looking very modern and attractive but also working as a utility of extending your living place at your house. Now use it as you desire to place couches and table and planters.
Created & Shared by: David de Jong