Rustic sofa with pallets

Create a space for you to relax or read your favorite book, or a place for kids to be comfortable and fun is simpler and cheaper than it looks. With simple pallets, the kind that used in factories, you can create a practical sofa as we teach you to do today.With rustic living room furniture, your room takes on an ambiance that has wide appeal. That setting can best be described as a warm, comfortable feeling with plenty of down-home charm. Best of all, you can often mix the most rustic of items with other items having a slightly more contemporary look and feel to end up with your own unique decorating style.

Rustic living room furniture can fit right in with several different decorating styles, including the western, southwestern, country, lodge, cabin, and of course, the rustic style. Also, one or more of these decorating styles might influence new pieces of rustic furniture. Most of the different items from these casual styles of decorating match or complement each other very well.

There are a variety of materials that are used to make different pieces of rustic living room furniture. The seats and cushions of sofas and chairs might be made from leather or luxurious fabric.
Often, the fabric will depict a forest or mountain scene, which may also include wildlife in a natural setting.

Sometimes the frame of a sofa or chair is made from logs fitted together to form a truly rustic piece of furniture. Logs are also used for the legs and/or frame of sofa tables and end tables. Logs used on rustic furniture are almost always left with a natural look. Although the logs might be treated with a protective coating and sometimes even lightly stained, the natural look of the log provides plenty of visual interest.

Some rustic tables use antlers for the legs or as a decorative accent. These antlers can be the real thing or faux antlers, which look very real. Natural antlers grown by deer, elk, and moose are usually harvested (picked up off the ground) after the animal has shed them naturally. This natural harvest puts neither man nor animal at risk.

Materials:
2 pallets
Electric sander
Screws
8 wheels
The first thing to do is to sand the pallets. Obviously it will be easier to do with a power sander but if you can not get it done by hand. Once you finish removing fine dust. If you want to paint the time is now. Although since the pallets are entire blocks and natural rustic look more attractive if it is not painted. If you want a better finish anyway you choose to varnish. Let dry well regardless of the product you want.

Once the pallets have dried must place the wheels. Take one of the pallets and the same side bolted a wheel at each corner. Make the same with the second. Turn both pallets and placed next to each other. It only remains to put a mattress up and add color with a beautiful bedspread and cushions.

As you see in the image has been used an old door for a headboard but you can use what you like. It can be a simple table, a curtain or something else that comes to mind.