Interior Design | On Palettes

9. August 2015


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If you want a unique piece of furniture, which no one else has and which you can easily DIY, look no further than using an old, used palette. You ask for them, for instance, in supermarkets or buy them at Amazon (they are not expensive) and build with them plenty of unique furniture pieces ranging from beds, coffee tables by adding industrial wheels, to garden furniture and to provide a surface to place all your plants.

Scroll down to see stunning interiors which will surely inspire you to build something unique for your home.

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