A large simple chandelier brings additional lighting over the comfortable sofa in in this living space. A stained pallet coffee table compliments the rustic details of the staircase and connected kitchen. A splatter print rug adds color to the neutral tones of the design.
Designer Meg Caswell recycles a wood pallet as a unique photo display hanging over the tan sofa. The light blue walls and matching patterned pillows, along with the unique coffee table create a contemporary meets traditional style.
Using pallet wood is a way to make a custom table in the style and shape you want, but for cheaper than buying a new table. "It's a a unique piece that nobody has," says Georgia designer Beth Johnson. A friend made the table, which also can roll to different spots in the room.
Get crafty and create a side table, which can be put to use when you grill out. Amy Latta of One Artsy Mama used a large crate and added a shelf and a top for her DIY table. Making a pair of crate end tables cost less than $100, according to Crates & Pallet.
A rustic wood nightstand offers storage on each side of the canopy bed. The distressed nightstands made from reclaimed pine wood shipping pallets include three spacious drawers, with space on top for a potted plant and black table lamps with grey silk drum shades for reading.
This simple modern bed side table highlights the clean lines and neutral pallet of the bed linens and window treatment. The surface provides room for a coordinating bedside lamp with black base and neutral shade as well as books for bedtime reading. A simple pink flower arrangement brings color to the vignette.
Bring a rustic touch to your table top with wood trim assembled as mini shipping pallets. Cut four 1/2-inch by 1/8-inch accent trim into 4-inch strips using a precision knife. These will become the slats. Next, cut three 1/4-inch strips to size as the bottom structure. Lastly, secure the bottom structure to the slats using wood glue.