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DIY Pallet Patio Coffee Table.

As I mentioned last week I love Summer….and by default…being out on our patio in the summer. I would eat every meal out there if I could (sometimes we do).  One of my very favorite things is to have breakfast out on the patio on the weekends with The Hubs.  We take our cups of coffee and breakfast out and sit around the coffee table and watch the sun come up. Its the perfect spot.

Add some fun to your porch or deck with this great Pallet Coffee Table.

Making this guy is just as easy as making the pallet bar from last week.


  • Pallets
  • Crow Bar
  • Reciprocating Saw
  • Hammer
  • Nail Punch
  • Gloves
  • Eye Protection
  • Large Castors with locks
  • Power Drill
  • Wood Screws and nails.

Pallets are the perfect material for making a great outdoor coffee table.


  • Pick the pallets you want to use. Like I mentioned before, we had a mix of usable pallets and ones that were a little more beat up. So we pulled the beat up ones apart to use to fill in on the decent ones.
  • Lay your pallets out how you might like them before screwing them together, play around with different ones on top and bottom to get an idea of which you like together.
  • When you have picked your top and bottom, add the castors to the bottom pallet first, its easier to work with if you haven’t connected two pallets together. (depending on the length of the screws on your castors you may need to add some scraps of 2×4’s to the bottom for them to screw into).
  • Flip the bottom over onto the castors and lay the top piece how you want it and screw the two pieces together.
  • Lastly nail extra pallet pieces in the spaces of the top pallet to create a solid surface.

Add some fun to your patio or deck with a great coffee table made from pallets.

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8 comments on “DIY Pallet Patio Coffee Table.

  1. Grace Mountain Diaries
    June 4, 2015

    So cute!! I love me some pallets 😉


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  4. lacicarlson
    September 12, 2015

    Love this !!!! And I have the perfect place for one me and my husband could so do this thanks so much for sharing I’m excited now. Laci @ Sequins in the South.


    • vintagefrontier
      September 14, 2015

      Glad you liked it. It have been one of my all time favorite projects The Hubs and I have done together. Let me know how it works out.

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  5. DIY Just Cuz Team
    September 13, 2015

    What a cool way to reuse pallets! Unlike you I don’t care much for Summer (and I’m happy it’s finally going away) but at the same time, I do love eating outdoors! This is great, as Laci said, thanks for linking up with us at Welcome Home Wednesday!



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