10 Easy-to-Do Pallet Projects You Can Add to Your Home Interior Design

Pallets may be leftover wood, but there is a certain charm to them. Their rustic look somehow manages to complement just about any interior design. This is why it’s not at all surprising that pallet pieces appeal to so many people.

Instead of ogling your friends’ pallet furniture and decor when you drop by their homes, why not take on a couple of projects like these? Here are 10 easy-to-do pallet projects you can add to your home interior design.

1) Let’s begin with an introduction!

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Monogram art is adorable. They are a great way to express your personality and taste in your home. Why not make something like this and hang it in your home office or your favorite breakfast nook? While you’re at it, why not make some for family and friends as well?

2) Or maybe we should hang our coats first

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We love how this project looks modern and rustic at the same time. Don’t you love the idea? There is no point in having a boring and plain coat rack standing by your door when you can easily build one like this! You can even play around and build it in different shapes.

3) Oh, I couldn’t help but notice that headboard

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Headboards are easily the highlight of any bedroom. The next time your friends come over for a visit, you will be tempted to show them around for the sole purpose of showing off this rustic headboard of yours. But that’s okay. They’ll understand once they see it.

4) And that gorgeous coffee table

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This pallet wood table is incredibly easy to build and more than deserves to be called the star of the living room. The other nice thing about it is that it looks good with just about any kind of centerpiece. We think it will look even better with a small jar of flowers.

5) Let’s go from small to big!

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Instead of becoming one of those who only mind the interiors of the living room and the bedrooms, why not give your kitchen a gift too? This is a nice sliding pallet door that easily combines functionality and style. You can spruce it up a little bit more by adding some decor in front.

6) We’re a fan of monograms, aren’t we?

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Rustic-looking wood just works. It doesn’t matter how old you are or what you do. In this case, the rugged, dirty-looking twigs are subtly complemented by the flowers, successfully pulling off that feminine look. This is an ideal decor for common spaces and rooms of the little ones.

7) Such a chic take on curtains (or blinds!)

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This is honestly the first time we’ve seen wood used as blinds. This should be done more because 1) it looks awesome, 2) being opaque, it is effective at blocking out light and peeping creepers, and 3) because we’re sure you have some scrap lying around!

8) You can also try something absolutely conventional

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A pallet woodworking project does not have to be new and flashy all the time. Simple is beautiful, and it becomes even more attractive when it is accompanied by utility. An end table like this is one of the best things you can gift your house with.

9) How about the kitchen?

Source: A Green Point Kitchen

It’s not easy to organize a kitchen, let alone make it look attractive. This project does both. You hang your pots, pans, and utensil from below and put things you can’t hang over the rack. Overall, it looks good, saves space, and displays all those utensils nicely.

10) ...where you have your own island

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Kitchen islands are overrated. We don’t understand why people pay a fortune having those things put up. If you don’t have a kitchen island, don’t fret! That’s the only excuse you need to build one for yourself.

Conclusion

We’ve never heard anyone say they hate pallet wood because these things are simply stunning. They look good and they’re versatile, so you can easily think of your own list of 10 easy-to-do pallet projects you can add to your home interior design.

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