The Outdoor Wine Bistro

A friend of mine posted this photo on Facebook – and I immediately fell in love with it!  I found a link on Pinterest and went to work!

I didn’t find specific instructions but it seemed pretty self explanatory.  I cleaned two small wood pallets, added a 2×4 for both additional support and extra shelving, stained them, used metal plates and screws to secure them together, and landscaping cement to adhere concrete pavers to the top.

I used the glass pebbles (from a floral department) with the same landscaping cement to add a bit of bling to the edges and added some “feet” made from a 2×8 to reinforce stability and make it child/dog proof.

The total cost of the project was around $25 but I had a few things on hand that I didn’t have to purchase:

Pallets – free
Stain – I used left over stain I already had
2×8 – I used scraps I already had
2×4 – $3
Pavers – $6
Screws, Metal plates – $4
Landscaping Cement – $6
Glass Pebbles – $5
We love our table and use it much more than I anticipated.  This was an easy and very rewarding project!

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