Pallet Coffee Table with Hidden Storage

This rustic pallet coffee table has a hidden storage compartment for your remotes! Our customer loved it!

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Stain for this table is Minwax Dark Walnut, and you can buy it here.

Clear coat finish is Minwax Water-based Polycrylic, and you an buy that here.

To get started building this on your own, see my tutorial on how to take apart a pallet in one minute here. You can find more awesome furniture pieces we have built for customers here.

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9 thoughts on “Pallet Coffee Table with Hidden Storage

    • Hi John! First of all, thank you for checking out our page. Unfortunately, I don’t have any plans or tutorials on this table. This was a side project that I built from scratch from mainly extra pallet pieces I had lying around, and I didn’t actually draw out a plan for it. I plan on building one again after our holiday push, and will make sure I document the process to make a tutorial. Thanks again!

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  2. So I read that you don’t have any plans but I’m curious what you used for the legs and the side support. Are those post if the pallet as well or were those other scrap/purchased wood?

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    • Hey Brandon! I built it using all pallet wood. It took a few pallets to get the pieces I wanted to make sure it was sturdy. The legs were made from the pallet 2×4 braces and the sides were from some thicker pallet planks. Thick enough to use pocket holes to join everything together. Let me know if you have any other questions! And thanks for checking out this post!

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    • Thank you! I am so happy with how it turned out! I wish I would have drawn up some plans while I made this, but didn’t realize the demand at the time. Feel free to follow our page, so you can an update when I do get around to making up plans. Thanks for checking us out!

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