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Palletwood outdoor kitchen


Pallet wood was used for all of the outer wood seen. For the framing I used 2x4’s and I used a nautical varnish to seal it all. The counters are poured concrete (1 bag each)

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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 10, 2018

  • I really need to try a top like that. Looks great.
    By Grey, on February 10, 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 11, 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 11, 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 12, 2018

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Palletwood outdoor kitchen

by Vornbeaj
Feb 08, 2018

Pallet wood was used for all of the outer wood seen. For the framing I used 2x4’s and I used a nautical varnish to seal it all. The counters are poured concrete (1 bag each)