Whiskey Pallet Table

About: By day I am a designer who's main work includes product design, branding, packaging and illustration work. On the weekends I have started Dust & Rust as a creative outlet to work with my hands and create fun...

These tables were made from Upcycled pallet wood with very little hardware. The base was made by using joinery techniques and wood dowels to lock the frame together.

  1. Hand chiseled joints create a puzzle effect that slides together.
  2. Different methods of staining created the patch work look to the top panels.
  3. A hand cut stencil was then applied and a dry brush technique helped give it a relic look.
  4. A matching end table was also made to match the coffee table.

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    UhOhSpaghettios

    3 years ago

    Love the table, might make a similar one myself. Think you misspelled "bourbon"..

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    wold630

    3 years ago

    Your hand cut stencil could definitely be an instructable too! Nice work!

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    DustandRustwold630

    Reply 3 years ago

    Great Idea! I might have to document the next one I do a little closer.

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    LisaA65

    3 years ago

    very talented and professional looking. I would want this for an entertainment room.

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    DustandRustLisaA65

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thank you. I hope to be producing these very soon as custom orders.