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That table needs to be painted. It will look a lot better.
Is there a place to store tweezers? Because you're going need them to remove all the splinters...
Great idea!! I think I might simplify it just a bit then paint a design on it. Thanks for the inspiration!!
Where on earth do you get pallets that look that nice?
I believe most wooden pallets are made from pressure treated wood. Which could mean a lot of pesticides leaching out of your desk. Just be careful.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pallet#Alternative_uses
Couldn't be more wrong! Look at it, its plain wood and the treatment it could have received its not the pressure one, so no pesticides
Good cheap design. Only problem is that it looks cheap. It also doesn't help that I work in a warehouse, so this wasn't exactly a welcome sight.
legs don't look strong. it is still attractive though.
Those legs are quite strong. I used them to make a rather large gaming table with 6' X 3' sheet of 3/4" plywood. The legs can be unscrewed from the base plate making it easy to break down and store in the garage.
Always let wood show.I feel so sad to see paint hide the beauty of wood.
I like it - simple and effective. Agree about the splitenrs though! A quick sanding and a bit of varnish though and you shouldn't have any problems...
I'm a big fan of DIY pallet furniture.. so naturally, I love this! The rustic/industrial look isn't for everyone.. and obviously it was sanded down. Thanks for the inspiration!
Hello, I have designed a new version : more ergonomic, more robust and nicer :)see the new versionhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/59716912@N05/sets/72157631767305051/
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