51. Pallet End Table
I love the look of these end tables. They are modern yet rustic. It also appears that could just slide right into any living room and serve their purpose beautifully.
52. Rocking Chair
This rocking chair is beautiful, appears sturdy, and I love the wood. If you have a front porch that is screaming for a rocking chair to sit on it and rock then this could be it, friends.
Do you have someone near to you that is disabled? Me too. And a lot of the expenses that come along with disabilities are mind-boggling. Well, here is a way to meet the need for a ramp while leaving the cost in the dust.
54. Pallet Dresser
I think this pallet dresser is stunning. It would work great for a child or an adult. The storage appears to be plenty but above all, I love the clean, rustic look of it.
55. The Hidden Pallet Ottoman
So maybe you aren’t like me. You don’t love rustic, wood, or pallets. That’s okay. I’ll forgive you and also offer you a beautiful ottoman design that doesn’t even look like it came from pallets.
56. Pallet Nightstand
Let’s just assume I could build all of my furniture from pallets and be happy. This nightstand would be no exception. It is beautiful and even has a little flair to the design with the heart shape carved in it.
57. Towel Rack
A towel rack is a great addition to any home. Whether you need in your bathroom or (if you are so lucky to have an outdoor shower for all of you beach goers) it would be a great addition there too.
58. Pallet Raft
This looks like something our oldest would love to build and enjoy at the lake this summer. Talk about floating in style.
59. Pallet Herb Garden
This herb garden would be a beautiful addition to a patio space. Again, for all of you lucky folks that can grow herbs in pallets, you should do it. Nothing like natural beauty for décor.
60. The Pallet Barn
This barn is absolutely beautiful. It would work great for storage but also add a rustic touch to the property.
61. The Room Divider
Do you live in a small space? Need to make some extra room without adding square footage? Well, this room divider is a great way of accomplishing that. It would fit in well in most any home décor too.
62. Homemade Futon Frame
Futons are awesome little creations that can double as a couch or bed. If you have a compact living space they are life savers. So why not create your own with pallets you’ve collected? It is one piece of furniture that will certainly come in handy.
63. Jewelry Holder
As a woman, let me just say that this would be an amazing gift to receive. I have a little jewelry box but it is so hard to find what you are looking for (especially when in a hurry.) If you had this outstanding pallet jewelry holder, you probably would never have that problem again.
64. A Pallet House
I’m not sure how many people have ever really considered building a home from pallets, but they should. After seeing this economical and quite attractive structure, I think pallets deserve a second glance and consideration as a building material.
65. Shoe Rack
If you have a lot of people in your home (or maybe just a lot of shoes) then this shoe rack will certainly come in hand. I do have a lot of people in my home and the front door can easily become cluttered. Neat organizational structures like this one could certainly add some ease to my life.
66. The Shoe Hanger
Where has this been my whole life? Seriously! What better organization can you ask for than a place to hang your shoes at eye level? And it is basically free to build.
67. A Decorative Heart
To me, a heart says ‘country charm.’ It is very welcoming and has a quaint rustic touch to it. You guessed it. This is another piece I’m in love with and would love to have in my own home.
68. Bath Cabinet
Do you need a little extra storage in your bathroom? Our guest bathroom has the exact same problem. Being able to build your own pallet bath cabinet is a very economical way to fulfill that need for storage. It also adds a unique touch that only your home will have.
69. Work Bench/Potting Station
This workbench can also double as a potting station. It has a very basic design which is a good thing. You don’t always want your workspaces to stand out as such (especially when they aren’t in use.)
70. The Pallet Walkway
Do you have a walking space that often gets muddy? We do too. It is heading right into our garden. You know what would fix that? This beautiful pallet walkway. You would just need to be careful during periods of rain as it looks like it could become very slick.
71. A Map
Are you someone that loves to decorate with maps of the world and globes? I’ve known quite a few people that do that. Well, if you are in that category this map made from a pallet is something you are probably going to love.
72. Laundry Basket Holder
I need this laundry basket holder in my life. And quickly. Anyone who washes the number of clothes that I do in a week needs something to help them stay organized. This would be a great, inexpensive way to accomplish that.
73. Bike Rack
If you ride bikes and need a place to store them this would be a very compact way to do that. What I love the most about this bike rack is the simplicity of the design. It looks like something even an amateur could build and be successful with it.
74. Potting Bench
I’ve found is that planting flowers often times takes hours. Staying bent over or in an uncomfortable sitting position for long periods becomes uncomfortable and quickly. Potting benches help a lot in those situations.
75. Lounge Tree Swing
This swing looks so inviting. How could you not just want to climb up in it, rest, and swing all day long? It is also very appealing to the eye. This would be a great addition to any front yard.