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Pallet Wood Panelling Nightstands

  • April 18, 2016

ckonnick
ckonnick
ckonnick
ckonnick

I chose to make these nightstands with store bought wood for the framing and top and pallet wood for the rest. I ran into a lot of issues working with the pallet wood; mainly that the pallet wood was not the straightest or flattest. I This was one of the reasons I chose pallet wood. I wanted wood with character. I do not have an elaborate shop. No plaining or jointing for me. Most of the work was done outside on a fold out table. I was able to overcome a lot of these issues through using a lot of clamps. There were a lot of times that I wondered why I used pallet wood, but now seeing the finished product and the overwhelming positive reactions, I am glad that I did.

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  • Nice job. They look rustic yet refined. Keep expanding your equipment and you will be amazed at the projects you will be able to do.
    By mrpip, on April 25, 2016

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Pallet Wood Panelling Nightstands

by ckonnick
Apr 18, 2016

I chose to make these nightstands with store bought wood for the framing and top and pallet wood for the rest. I ran into a lot of issues working with the pallet wood; mainly that the pallet wood was not the straightest or flattest. I This was one of the reasons I chose pallet wood. I wanted wood with character. I do not have an elaborate shop. No plaining or jointing for me. Most of the work was done outside on a fold out table. I was able to overcome a lot of these issues through using a lot of clamps. There were a lot of times that I wondered why I used pallet wood, but now seeing the finished product and the overwhelming positive reactions, I am glad that I did.