I made this some time ago using pallets.
It’s so rewarding to see the look on people’s faces when they realised they are sitting on furniture you’ve mate made using throw-away pallets.
The cushions were store bought, and the coffee table now has a glass top on it.
If you would like some ideas or tips on how to make your own pallet furniture, please don’t hesitate to ask.
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@DIYology What an awesome project! That shade of green really sets everything off nice!
Thanks mate, it was a fun project with plenty of scope for alteration to fit everyone’s individual needs / sizes.
Hello, I am looking to make something super similar. Could you please tell me how many pallets you used & where you bought the cushions from?
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Thanks for your question and welcome to Workshop. When I built these I was lucky enough to have an unlimited supply of pallets so I used 2 pallets for the bottom that I simply screwed together, and 1 that I cut down for the back, so I total of 3 pallets every 1.2m section. I didn’t screw then together to make them easy to move and more modular. The corner needed 2 backs therefore I used 4 pallets for that.
At the time Bunnings we’re not selling cushions so if I was making this project again I would have gone to Bunnings. However I purchased my cushions from Rob Cousins outdoor furniture which has since closed down.
Hope this helps.