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- July 5, 2020 at 6:47 am #585868
I came across this pallet bar idea on pinterest and I really wanted to recreate it.
I love how it has a nice shelf on the backside to ensure I have plenty of working room while mixing or pouring shots.
How to Build a Pallet Bar
I also found this one that I think is much easier, you can just use 2×4’s to frame this up if you don’t have pallets.
If it’s too hard to recreate it without a complete list of board sizes, etc you can download the pallet bar instructions via pdf here.
We plan on adding a new section to our bar each summer until it wraps around our grill area. If you’re not super handy but you have a couple of pallets on hand you can paint them whatever color you desire to seal them, then screw them together, bottom facing bottom.
Then place patio stones on top to create the bartop. Use a heavy construction adhesive to secure the stones to the top of the bar. Also, you may want to seal the top as well if the stones aren’t sealed already. I’m going to make a pallet garden next!
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