Thanks to websites like Etsy and Pinterest, repurposing household items has become all the rage. With budgets tighter and interest in recycling at an all-time high, people are using what they already have to create something new – and sometimes, the results are really impressive. The wooden shipping pallet is probably the most versatile item in the world of DIYs. Pallets can be deconstructed, nailed together, painted, and stacked, and if you’re creative enough, you can come up with a way to use them to make just about anything. **Check out the 26 pallet creations below – #19 is both gorgeous and functional.**By cutting a pallet, mounting it to the wall, and adding hooks, you can create some most excellent storage for your kitchen.
By using four pallets, you can create an amazing chaise lounge for your back yard. Two stacked pallets create the base, and two create the back. The parts are attached by 2X4s and then painted. This cool DIY will have you sitting pretty in no time.
A perfect place to hang out and chat with your pal…let. See what we did there?
Using two pieces of a pallet, you can line your walls with fine wine and slick glassware.
Prevent your toddler from climbing where they’re not supposed to by using a pallet as a gate.
By putting two pallets together and then topping them with a slab of concrete (or even a waterproof butcher block), you can give your outdoor space a facelift.
This all-pallet bed not only looks great, but creates a lot of storage for small bedrooms as well.
By stacking pallets and adding chic cushions and pillows, you can create a movable home theater space in your living room.
Kids will love this pallet fort that you can build in virtually any bedroom. Just make sure the entire structure is sanded to prevent little injuries.
Limited space for a garden? Pant flowers vertically inside a pallet for a bright and space-efficient alternative.
This table is cost-effective, and a great conversation piece for your living room.
Rather than buying a pricier model at IKEA, why not create your own minimal bed frame with a few pallets?
This desk is not only unique, but if you top it with a pane of glass, it can make an excellent workspace.
Use a painted pallet and 2x4s to create a cute little end table.
By taking apart a pallet and repurposing the parts, you can create this cute outdoor chair.
Using a pallet to create a headboard will give your bedroom an earthy vibe.
Instead of purchasing an expensive dog bed, you can build one from pallets and add a few cushions so Spot can have a comfortable night’s sleep.
This is an unusual and fun take on bunk beds, and would be perfect for a kid’s room – or even a whimsical guest room.
It’s more comfortable than it sounds – build the couch frame and add some customized cushions for an interesting couch that is solid and comfortable.
The condiment and wine rack takes the awesomeness of this dinner table to the next level.
It’s a more complicated build, but the final result is a shabby-chic hutch that looks like it was antiqued.
Pallet boards can be reconstructed into a sweet outdoor playhouse for kids.
Create a warm space for your delicate plants by using pallets to build walls and then using a pane of glass to create the top.
A perfect way to split a large open area into two smaller rooms.
The slats in a pallet make an excellent place to build perpendicular shelves to store magazines and books.
Pallets are quite strong, so if you’re in an apartment with limited space, this hybrid bookshelf/bike rack might be a perfect solution.