8 Creative DIY Pallet Projects, Start Recycling Wood

Pallets are a really affordable way to redecorate and personalise your home on a budget. Have a look at these awesome pallet projects to add some character to your home. If you are wondering where to get used pallets from, first try tile, stoneware, wood, carpet and masonry show rooms. You are most likely to find clean and unstained pallets from these places as they do not deal with chemicals and staining liquids.

Homemade Pallet Headboard

Give your bedroom a rustic look with a natural wooden headboard. This is the perfect beginners DIY project, its simple and doesn’t require any specialised tools or skills.

pallet headboard

Pallet Cup Holder

Hanging your cups makes them easily accessible and makes a perfect piece of wall décor for behind your coffee machine or coffee station.

pallet coffee cup holder

Media Console Table

A media console on which to stand your TV and keep your movies, games, media players and remotes organised, plus you can make the divisions custom sizes to fit your devices.

pallet media table

Pallet Fire Pit Table

Stay cosy outside with a fire pit surrounded by a functional table for your drinks and snacks.

pallet fire pit table

Natural Wooden Wall

A feature wall for your lounge or dining room brings colour and character to the room, another easy project for the DIY newbie.

pallet wall

Pallet Bookshelf

Give your books and ornaments a place to be seen with a new homemade bookshelf.

pallet bookshelf

Coffee Table

A coffee table would go well with homemade media stand to complete your lounge or living room, this one is even white washed to fit in with the lounges colour scheme.

Pallet coffee table

Kids Tepee Playhouse

Give the kids something to play with outside and they will be excited to help you build it!

pallet playhouse

Have you tried any of these projects? Do you have any new ideas for project which we have missed? Let us know in the comments section below and we will add them.


Michael Klements
Michael Klements
Hi, my name is Michael and I started this blog in 2016 to share my DIY journey with you. I love tinkering with electronics, making, fixing, and building - I'm always looking for new projects and exciting DIY ideas. If you do too, grab a cup of coffee and settle in, I'm happy to have you here.



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