Pallet Countertop a Herringbone Pallet Deck Addition

Over the last week or so I’ve scored a few more pallets to complete the additions to my herringbone pallet deck.  If you missed the pallet deck post you can check it out at Two Level Pallet Deck.

I used the pallets to build a simple bar and countertop using concrete stepping stones.

Outdoor Bar and Grill

 

Last summer I picked up a sink and faucet for only $3 at a garage sale.  Score!

Outdoor Bar and Countertop

 

The sink comes in handy for dirty hands while grilling out.  How many times have you had to stop what you’re doing to run inside to wash your hands or rinse off a dropped utensil.  Yeah, me too.

bar and countertop with sink = $38

Plus the added space next to the sink is fabulous for those afternoon cookouts with family and friends.  No more using folding tables for the food and drink items.  Line the countertops with the cookout items and you’re set.  It’s awesome!

The new additions have worked out wonderful for the last couple cookouts and I’m already making plans for the next cookout!

Outdoor Bar and Countertop2

Check out the view from my daughter’s window.  I’m totally loving the view from above.

The original deck photo shoot doesn’t show how large the deck really is.  From the photos it appears rather small.  This gives you a better idea of the magnitude of work that went into building this deck.

It turned out better then I had dreamed and the additions make the deck even better.  And, I’m not finished yet.

Stick around for more additions coming soon.

Thanks for stopping by!

Featured:

Funk Junk’s Party Junk


Fynes Designs
 , Sew Creative Blog,

Satori Design for Living, A Pretty Life in the Suburbs


VMG206


Stroll Thru Life

 

 

 

Sharing this post with the following parties: Linky Party List.

If you’re a party host and would love for me to share my work with you, drop me a comment!

Comments

  1. I never get tired of looking at your deck! Your additions just take it over the top! Amazingness! Featured you on Party Junk this weekend. :)

  2. WOWZA! It’s really impressive how well this came together and all the work that you’ve done to make it happen. It looks AMAZING!!! Thanks for linking up with Creative Spark!

Trackbacks

  1. […] Herringbone pallet wood deck / Scrapality Designs […]

  2. […] If you want to fancy up your outdoor space, visit Scrapality to see how she made a patio bar made with pallet wood!  […]

  3. […] If you want to fancy up your outdoor space, visit Scrapality to see how she made a patio bar made with pallet wood! […]

  4. […] If you want to fancy up your outdoor space, visit Scrapality to see how she made a patio bar made with pallet wood!  […]

  5. […] If you want to fancy up your outdoor space, visit Scrapality to see how she made a patio bar made with pallet wood!  […]

Speak Your Mind

*

Current ye@r *