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Vornbeaj

Member Since: 02/2018

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    • Beautiful table! Great job! This will be perfect for hosting friends and family this holiday season. 
      By RYOBI Nation, on November 5, 2018
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  1. Comment Reply: 7 months ago
    Police gear caddy : Vornbeaj
    Nope I actually had a picture sent to me that I worked off of for the build. 
  2. Comment: 7 months ago
    Cedar wall hung planters
    With my handy & trusty ryobi hammer drill of course :D
    By Vornbeaj
  3. Comment Reply: 7 months ago
    Custom built oversized console table : Vornbeaj
    Espresso stain with 3-4 coats of poly
  4. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Flag Coffee Table : Vornbeaj
    Yeah I did. The first flag I made I tried to do my own, didn’t turn out well.
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    • Awesome build! We like the larger size!
      By RYOBI NATION, on February 19, 2018

    • Love this piece! What type of wood and stain?
      By MJ&KC, on March 1, 2018
      • Espresso stain with 3-4 coats of poly
        By Vornbeaj, on May 12, 2018
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  6. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Palletwood farmhouse nightstands : Vornbeaj
    That it is, and it’s a lot cheaper than using new lumber
  7. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Palletwood farmhouse nightstands : Vornbeaj
    Well, next I’ve got a pallet wood garbage can to make for my deck and then a console table for a customer :)
  8. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Palletwood outdoor kitchen : Vornbeaj
    Haha, thank you. I’ll be sure to post some more of the projects I’ve done. Sometimes it’s hard to transfer what I want to do in my head to actual reality...lots of standing around and head scratching.
  9. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Palletwood outdoor kitchen : Vornbeaj
    Long and tedious ha. I use a good old fashioned hammer and crow bar, start from the top of the side with the least number of boards so that you can hammer off the 2x4 slats and loosen the other side without having to do as much work, it works most of the time but not always. I’ve got a sawzaw so next time I might try using the blade to cut through nails and see if that’s easier.
  10. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Palletwood outdoor kitchen : Vornbeaj
    I did, I used black diamond wet look natural stone sealer and the grill and counters are covered with a grill cover during the winter months
  11. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Flag Coffee Table : Vornbeaj
    The best advice I can give is make the flag first and then build the table around the flag. Make sure all the boards for the flag are the same length. Not all of mine are and it made it a little tricky at the end. Thanks for the comment!
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    • Good idea to add that storage in there too!
      By RYOBI NATION, on February 8, 2018


    • Love the reclaimed wood look, great job!!
      By ONE+Whale, on February 8, 2018


    • Awesome project! I definitely have to build this.
      By rancher, on February 9, 2018

    • My husband seriously needs something like this. It looks great
      By Sleighvan, on February 9, 2018

    • I need one of these! This is sweet!
      By stickman1372, on February 9, 2018

    • I really need to try a top like that. Looks great.
      By Grey, on February 9, 2018

    • Now there’s an idea, this would be great for my front yard
      By Jones3386, on February 10, 2018

    • sweet. hope you got some great sealant on the concrete
      By kfvoracek, on February 10, 2018
      • I did, I used black diamond wet look natural stone sealer and the grill and counters are covered with a grill cover during the winter months
        By Vornbeaj, on February 10, 2018

    • Very nice looks awesome. What is your process for breaking down a pallet?
      By Archer100, on February 10, 2018
      • Long and tedious ha. I use a good old fashioned hammer and crow bar, start from the top of the side with the least number of boards so that you can hammer off the 2x4 slats and loosen the other side without having to do as much work, it works most of the time but not always. I’ve got a sawzaw so next time I might try using the blade to cut through nails and see if that’s easier.
        By Vornbeaj, on February 10, 2018


    • Awesome. Great ideas for this spring!
      By bchaffin15, on February 11, 2018

    • I love the varied colors on the pallet boards! Great look!
      By dy81, on February 11, 2018


    • I like the pallet look of the outdoor kitchen. Classy, but approachable.
      By tlarsen12_9717, on February 11, 2018

    • Between the finish on this and the flag table your a true wood manipulation master! Keep up the great work!
      By Dms617, on February 11, 2018
      • Haha, thank you. I’ll be sure to post some more of the projects I’ve done. Sometimes it’s hard to transfer what I want to do in my head to actual reality...lots of standing around and head scratching.
        By Vornbeaj, on February 11, 2018
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  13. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Flag Coffee Table : Vornbeaj
    The stars are actually cut into the wood with a Dremel. I bought the template off of amazon for around $10
  14. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Flag Coffee Table : Vornbeaj
    The only stain was grey for the strips. The red and blue is actually acrylic paint. I just wiped it off after I put it on
  15. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Flag Coffee Table : Vornbeaj
    I lightly used some grey stain on the “white” stripes and then the blue and red are both just acrylic satin indoor paint
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    • Very cool! What did you use to stain it?
      By RYOBI NATION, on February 6, 2018
      • I lightly used some grey stain on the “white” stripes and then the blue and red are both just acrylic satin indoor paint
        By Vornbeaj, on February 7, 2018
      • Neat! It's great that you can still see the texture of the wood through the colored paint!
        By RYOBI NATION, on February 8, 2018

    • Very nice, but what types of stain?
      By Dms617, on February 6, 2018
      • The only stain was grey for the strips. The red and blue is actually acrylic paint. I just wiped it off after I put it on
        By Vornbeaj, on February 7, 2018

    • This is so cool , I’d love to make one myself !
      By Liz Pilkington, on February 7, 2018
      • The best advice I can give is make the flag first and then build the table around the flag. Make sure all the boards for the flag are the same length. Not all of mine are and it made it a little tricky at the end. Thanks for the comment!
        By Vornbeaj, on February 7, 2018

    • Nice build. Very Patriotic. Are the stars cut or vinyl?
      By mrpip, on February 7, 2018
      • The stars are actually cut into the wood with a Dremel. I bought the template off of amazon for around $10
        By Vornbeaj, on February 7, 2018


    • That’s what’s up! Awesome job!
      By Jones3386, on February 9, 2018

    • Cool table. I want to do a Texas flag like that.
      By Grey, on February 9, 2018

    • I like the “burned” look under the paint!
      By SA1STHOME, on February 11, 2018

    • This is a beautiful piece!
      By Jdawn1988, on February 11, 2018

    • Outstanding table! Did you use a star stencil pattern for the fifty stars on the blue field?
      By GPaMike, on February 17, 2018
      • Yeah I did. The first flag I made I tried to do my own, didn’t turn out well.
        By Vornbeaj, on February 17, 2018
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