Here is a really pretty pallet project for your living or family room. This DIY industrial cart coffee table is a great use of a pallet. The wheels make the table more functionable as you can move it from room to room. Thanks to Kleinworth & Co. for the great project idea.
Have you ever sat in a space & it just hits you… this furniture is SO NOT ME anymore? Yeah- right before the holidays we were having our morning coffee & look at each other & said, “we need to update this space”. While we have a coastal feel going for the most part we also love the look of the industrial furniture. It’s quite popular & thus also quite expensive. So we decided to make our own Industrial Cart Coffee Table for a fraction of the cost. It wasn’t all that hard – let me show you how we did it.
We started with this giant pallet. This thing is the mother of all pallets. I think our siding was delivered on it during the construction of our house. It was left behind & I was MORE THAN THRILLED. This baby will be the key piece in a whole lot of projects coming up.
First thing we did was measure our space & decide where we wanted to make the first cut.
*Note – we had a completely different living room set when we started this project. You can see my first post on our Coastal Decor Living Room that I did about a month after we moved in to see what I’m talking about. So we initially cut this to be a square table. Then we decided one weekend that we would finally make the leap & buy the sectional we have been talking about for YEARS. Now that the kids are bigger we needed something we could all fit on comfortably for all our weekend homegating. Besides- we really had no seating if we had guests – so a change had to be made.
Images from Kleinworth & Co.
For the full instructions visit Kleinworth & Co.