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How to build a rustic wood pallet minibar in 7 easy steps.

Step 1: What You Will Need...

Hammer

Nails

Screws

3 Wooden Pallets

Step 2: Counter and Back

1) Move wood around to make smooth top for table.

2) Cut Pallet in half.

3) Nail counter and back together flush.

Step 3: Legs

1) Disassemble other pallets.

2) Cut to same lengths.

3) Nail or screw legs and bracing together.

Step 4: Wine Glass Rack

1) Measure Distance.

2) Drill hole for diameter of wine glass stem

3) Use skill saw to cut a straight line on each side of hole for space to slide wine glass in.

Step 5: Wine Bottle Rack

1) Make jig for 1 1/4" drill bit on a 45 degree angle.

2) Measure space for 4 holes on one half of back.

3) Drill through using jig.

Step 6: Hangers

1) Use 3 spoons (Preferably Silver plated with a nice design).

2) Hammer spoons down flat.

3) Bend the 3 spoons around a wooden block for same shape.

4) Drill through spoons.

5) Measure and space for the 3 spoons.

6) Attach to back using screws.

Step 7: Sand

1) Sand down Table for nice smooth finish.

2) Remove and sharp burs or splinters.

(Optional: Keep stamps and marks of the pallets for unique rustic look)

Step 8: Finish

1) Use a clear coat or wood stain for a nice finish.

<p>Nice ! I keep it in mind...</p>
That came out looking really nice. If you're going for the rustic look in your house, this fits in perfectly. Your idea for an ice bucket cutout was a good one too.
<p>Great idea! This is exactly what I should make with my extra pallet wood. I think I'll add some X-shaped shelves on the bottom for wine storage. Don't forget to mount a bottle opener!</p>
<p>This is too cool - You are very talented! I could see this in my house, and love the added ideas that could be incorporated. Great imagination! Hope you rec'd top marks for your class project!!</p>
I seriously love this. I want to make one now. With a little shelf for beer cases. keep booze up top beer and mixer down in the rack hang glasses made from whiskey bottles and mason jars from the spoons.
That's a great idea also! Was going to cut a hole in one side of the table for an ice bucket to sit in, but sadly ran out of time on the project (was for a class). Honestly the best thing about this is you have endless possibilities. All up to your imagination and ideas. But thanks for the comments! :)
that's awsome
<p>very cool :)</p>
<p>This is a neat idea. We are working on a few pallet projects on our end too. </p>
Very neat and simple, good job
<p>Hey thanks for the positive comment!</p>
Great use of pallets! Thanks for the ible
<p>Thanks!</p>

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