Wooden boxes are always of great functional value when you have a loads of the things to sore like the toys and the tool and now you can make such storage box free of cost and of your own using the recycled pallets. The rustic look will be excellent to the living room, for using as a coffee table or bedroom bench.

And of course, the free plans to build this wooden toy box (whether you make it for yourself, your family, or for selling) is below. If you use pocket screws try to place the holes in an even pattern so the holes are in a strait line , this will give a professional look if you use plugs to cover the holes. After all the panels are finished add glue to the edges of the short end panels and place the to the inside of the larger panels and add clamps to hold in place. Then evenly drill pilot holes about every 8″ and use a countersink you will use 1 1/4″ wood screw once attached then cut the plywood , using the wood screws fasten the plywood to the brace. Then use 1 1/4″ wood screws and screw them to the inside using three screws should be fine.

Screw pocket pallet


And on the birthdays the kids are gain loaded with the toy gifts from their dear ones as result they have lots of toys in their room which are sometimes hard to store and organize. Only the pallet slat pieces have been first sawed and then stacked in layers to form this rectangular shaped box. Join us to reduce this pallet wood waste through recycling and also to build the cost-effective pallet furniture pieces you are always in search of!

A simple storage bench that will bring practicality and style to your entryway, hallway, living room, or bedroom. If you do a glue up without pocket screws you will need to let the glue set up before you can assemble but you will not have to use a liner or plugs to cover up the pocket screws.

I like to use clamps to hold the work pieces in place then shoot the screws, the clamps help holding the the wood so it doesn’t move.

You will start by ripping strips of wood 3/4 x 3/4″ this will go on the inside bottom of the box. When cutting the legs you will have one side wider than the other, this is so both side will be the same once they are glued up.

We added a liner to cover the pocket screws and give it a clean professional look, you can use wooden plugs for each of the pocket screws then trim and sand them down, but we like the looks of the liner over the plugs.

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