Do you love pallet furniture? Let me show you how we made this outdoor DIY mobile pallet coffee table along with a side table to match!
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I’ve always admired pallet-style wood and all the furniture you can make with it.
So this year we decided to create this DIY Pallet coffee table for our porch. It was a fairly simple DIY and took about three days to complete. I think the most time was actually spent sanding down all the pieces.
Where to Find Wood Pallets
We picked out two pallets that we had on hand from our winter stove pellet deliveries. You can find pallets for free at your local hardware store, grocery store, online marketplace, yard sales, Craig’s list, etc…
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How to DIY a Pallet Coffee Table
First, we took a saw and cut right down the pallet to the dimensions we had chosen, 2 feet wide.
Then we removed the boards and sanded down the number of boards we needed to complete the 4-foot length that we also chose.
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Align the Wooden Pallets
Once we aligned all the pieces we decided that we wanted the ends closed off for a more finished look. Here is where we decided to add two more pallet boards on each end, and secured them with a few random bolts inside.
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Pallet Coffee Table Glass Top
As soon as we had the finished dimensions, 48′ X 24′, I ordered the glass top from our local glass shop, Northshire Glass. They cut, polished, and rounded the corners for a total cost of $100. I was able to pick it up the next day too!
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How to Add the Pallet Coffee Table Mobile Legs
Next, we added the legs to raise the table to a tabletop of 19′ including the casters, to be added afterward.
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Once the legs and casters were on, we nailed the tabletop boards in and added the glass top.
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I just love the mobility, color, and texture of this pallet coffee table. We can now move this around so easily for entertaining and more.
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We also built a side table the same way to match the coffee table.
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Great DIY Ann! This is my kind of pallet wood project! Pinned 😊
Thanks Cindy, this was a fun project from a couple of years ago now!
How fun those pallet tables are. You solved the need for the coffee table to be level for drinks. The glass piece on top is perfect. Love the wheels! And WOW that mobile work bench/station is just so awesome! I love your views, Ann. Don’t know how you keep up with two residences. Of course you have the perfect coffee table furry accessory! Happy Weekend!
Thank you kindly Debra!
I love your coffee table and side table, they look really nice. Thanks for sharing, pinned.
Thank you kindly Marlene! This was one of my first projects as a blogger:)
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I’ve seen some pallet tables in my day but my-oh-my I LOVE YOURS! It looks professionally made and quite substantial! I think smoothing the edges takes it over the top and you decorate it so nicely. Seems perfect out on the patio. Totally party ready for sure. Thank you so much for joining in. pinned!
Thank you Cindy, I’m so glad you liked it!
Lora Bloomquist says
This turned out so cool, Ann. And I love the side table to match. I’m sure having the glass on top makes it so much easier to keep clean, avoid spills, etc. You and hubs make a great DIY team!
Thank you so much Lora!