Introduction: Reclaimed Pallet and Plywood All Purpose Table
I moved sometime ago and money is now a problem. Bigger problem is lack of storage under the sink in the main bathroom, so, I got some missing pallets and a piece of plywood to start this quick project.
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Step 1: Making the Top
After having cut all piece of wood to the my sink's underneath measures, I started by the top.
Clean and sand all wood available.
Place to the floor and make the base that will hold. Only used nails and screws, no glue, as this is well locked.
Step 2: Leg It!
Time to add the legs.
I left around 35cm height for the legs, as I would also have around 8cm for the wheels.
I attached from inside with some nails and screws. As simple as seen.
Step 3: Working on Plywood
As a base, I used some leftover plywood.
I put the pre-made top/legs table and draw the cuts. Saw and bingo!
Then just screwed the wheels! EASY!
Step 4: Final Look
And to finish, some stain, as it would be under humidity of a bathroom, so a nice hand of stain!
Easy, recycled, functional! Make it simple!
Hope you enjoy!
Participated in the
Reclaimed Wood Contest 2016