Party Junk 188 – Pallets Only club

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Ohhhh pallets, how I love you so!

Here are a few pallet projects that may inspire you to start your own curbside pallet hunt…

Folding pallet desk on a wall, by Thistlewood Farms

Folding pallet desk on a wall – Thistlewood Farms

pallet wood outdoor sofa – Funky Junk Interiors

pallet double wide chair, via Funky Junk Interiors

two pallet oversized chair anyone can build – Funky Junk Interiors

Need more seating? This one just took two pallets to build. No ripping apart involved!

pallet wood coffee table, via Funky Junk Interiors

pallet wood coffee table – Funky Junk Interiors

Scraps of pallet wood joined forces to create a rustic coffee table any junker would love to put more junk on.

pallet compost

pallet garden compost bin – New House New Home New Life

Gardens really are enhanced if you use compost in them. With a few pallets, you have no more excuses not to go green!
Pallet and reclaimed wood feature wall, by Pretty Handy Girl

pallet wood feature wall – Pretty Handy Girl

I love a good feature wall, but not only is this one visually cool, it adds lots of warmth and art to the room. Perfection!


pallet wood herb garden – DIY ShowOff

I’d have to say this is the prettiest and coolest pallet garden I’ve sighted yet! I love how big the openings are, which makes it so easy to water. I may have to recreate this one!

Everything you've ever wanted to know about pallet wood, via Funky Junk Interiors

Everything you ever wanted to know about Pallet Wood – Funky Junk Interiors

And some vital reading… it pays to play it safe. This post covers all the risks to consider when working with pallet wood.

30 plus pallet projects you'll love - curated by Funky Junk Interiors from Hometalk

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34 thoughts on “Party Junk 188 – Pallets Only club

  1. Hey Donna, Thanks for hosting another Wonderful Party! Linked up Dining Room, wish I had a post ready for this pallet theme, in process, will share soon! Have a great week!

  2. Wow, those pallet ideas are amazing!! I found a chunk of an old pallet on the side of the highway and am working on turning it into a painted sign for our bedroom… not done in time for the link up though! Thanks for hosting Donna – and have a great weekend,

  3. So fun to see all the great uses of pallets! Thanks for always having this great party…so many fun ideas!! Wished I could have come on over and met you and Miss M at Luckets last weekend. I’m from the great state of PA, but our farm wouldn’t let me get away. :S

  4. Hold the presses, I linked up in all three categories. Yeah me! And yeah you for having this linky party.
    Off to check out some other links now. A pallet wood compost bin has been on my mind lately, gotta check that feature on how they did it.
    Happy weekend!

  5. Good Morning Donna- Love the theme for this week and all the pallet projects so far. Can’t wait to come back to this theme and check them all out!
    Happy Saturday.

  6. I need one of those oversized chairs! What a great project, Donna! Love the other inspiring features too! Thank you so much for sharing my free-standing pallet herb garden…it is easy to water. I love that it’s pretty on both sides too…and that I can easily move it around.

    I’ve also linked up my wall-mounted pallet shelf. Now off to check out the links for more inspiration! Thanks for hosting! 🙂

  7. Hi Donna – Can’t wait to start some projects with my pallets that I’ve been accumulating. Just have to figure out an easy way to pry out all those nails! Great features. Thanks for hosting this linky party. Have a great weekend.

    – Mary –

    • There really isn’t a very easy way, Mary. My cheat sheet method is to watch for pallets with straight nails (most are of the twisted variety) or find pallets already broken apart. I’d love to get a proper tool to dismantle these guys… need to look into that.

  8. I missed my Friday night date here! So it is a Saturday morning breakfast appt instead. Look at the Pallet craze you have launched! I am heading to the CeCe Caldwell factory this weekend, we are making a video and using Pallet Wood for our project. Seriously, would we have thought to use Pallet wood if you hadn’t shown us the way? Hope you have a great weekend!

  9. Oh dear, I am red faced. I linked my cookie up to the wrong party. Donna, I don’t think I can fix it from my end. Maybe you can delete it. I am so sorry to cause you extra work. I love this party and all the diverse and great ideas each week. Have a wonderful holiday.

  10. Thanks for hosting, Donna. I have enjoyed following your journey to the Luckett’s sale. How cool for you to finally meet up with MMS in person. Looking forward to spending some time this evening checking out lots of posts.

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