If you happen to be on a serious budget right now but need a piece of furniture to keep your front entrance in order, this could be the project for you. This project proves that you don’t need to spend heaps of money on extra storage space.
With a black soft seat cushion and a panel frame in rustic brown, this shoe bench is stylish.
We all know what it’s like to walk through the front door to find a mess right at the entry.
Made from recycled pallets, this creation will give you a place to store the shoes, bags, and everyday clutter that accumulates at the front door.
Want to know where to get pallets? You can get all the details in this post: Pallets – where do you get them?
If you’re not sure which pallets are safe to use, you can get all the facts – and instructions on how to dismantle a pallet, in this post: Pallets – fact, and fiction (or how to tell a safe pallet from a toxic one)…
Be aware that branded pallets are not single-use. Always ask before taking any pallet.
You’ll need these materials:
- 2 Pallets
- 3 pieces 1″x6″ cut to 48″ lengths for the top
- 8 pieces 2″x4″ cut to 18″ lengths for center supports (ripped down the middle of the pallet)
- 8 pieces 2″x4″ cut to 18″ lengths for side supports
- 8 pieces 2″x3″ cut to 18″ lengths for bottom side supports
- Wheel Casters
- Wood Stain and Seal
And these tools:
- Tape Measure
- Circular Saw
- Paint Brush
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