So I have a tiny kitchen with limited pantry space. So I thought I’d take another trip to my local Bunnings store to fetch some more pallet timber from the loading dock.
it it still a work in progress as I still need to add the shelves and a wine rack in the top section. But it’s coming along nicely.
The stain I already had from my making of the pallet king size bed. Screws I already had. Total cost so far is $8 for the door hinges. But I need to go back and get the correct ones as these don’t allow the doors to close square
Another cracker pallet project @DiamondDave!
It sounds like that Ryobi One+ 18V Gen II Reciprocating Saw - Skin Only upgrade, to reach your full pallet disassembly potential, will be coming along shortly. Mine was a real game-changer when it came to dismantling pallets. I went from around 5-8mins a pallet with a crowbar to less than 2mins with the saw. I was also then not losing any boards to the splitting from prying them off. However, if your son is assisting you to dismantle them by hand, maybe forget about the saw, as I don't want to ruin that bonding experience.
I love what you've done with the stain and the overall design. Keep us updated on those finishing touches.
So after the initial construction of the storage cupboard I thought I’d add some shelves and a wine rack.
Once again back to Bunnings loading dock for more pallets.
Very pleased with the results.
That looks fantastic @DiamondDave and is the icing on the cake for this beautiful project!
Many thanks for sharing the update.