Now one common thing about the projects we’ve sampled in this post is that they’re primarily made from reclaimed pallets. They are of varied cost, complexity, and manhour demands yet each one is great build in its own right. (If you’re wondering where you can get all the pallets for free or at a very minimal cost then here’s a post you should look at.)
The first pallet outdoor kitchen we’re going to look is an elaborately built one. It was constructed by someone who couldn’t find any plans that suited his preference and budget so he made his own and built it himself.
It’s made from approximately 80 pallets, demands 60 man-hours and costs about $215.
Bright by day:
Cozy and lovely at night:
Here’s another similar concept, neatly executed and built with a small dining table at the front:
No. 3: A fine pallet kitchen bar
This one takes about 8 pallets to complete. It demands about 15 hours of labour and despite looking simple it demands a fair bit of experience to see through.
Very basic, nothing fancy but gets the job done!
Here’s an up close shot of the main kitchen setup, strictly made form a few pallets and with a small cooker unti on top:
Inspired already? Then grab your tools, get some pallets and build one of these and we’d certainly like you to share your plan and the process with all.