The pallet projects around here are endless! Our farmhouse bathroom was in need of a bathroom shelf to charge our boys toothbrushes. We built a pallet hamper bathroom shelf to hold all their dirty laundry & hold their toothbrushes at the same time. Our pallet hamper shelf was simple to build & it was FREE using pallet wood we already had in our garage. Now… if only our boys would remember where to put their dirty laundry 🙂
DIY Pallet Hamper Shelf
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Our DIY Pallet Hamper Shelf is 17 inches wide by 17 inches deep by 23 1/2 inches high. However, it can be customized to whatever size you want based on what hamper you have at home.
The first thing we did was take apart our pallet. (you can find information on the best way to do this HERE)
After our boards were off. We cut them to size with our miter saw.
Jason sanded the boards smooth with our orbital sander.
He laid the boards out next to each other to create the two sides, & top of the hamper shelf.
Using wood glue & his finish nailer he put the pallet hamper together.
He did add a few diagonal boards & a cross board to the back to make the shelf more secure for the hamper to fit.
The boys toothbrushes are plugged in & charging the shelf works well next to our farmhouse bathroom sink. Here’s to hoping the boys will remember to charge them!!!
Our metal hamper from Home Goods fits perfectly inside. I love the look of the canvas laundry bag & metal hamper against the gorgeous character of raw pallet wood.
Perfect for our farmhouse bathroom!
Our boys bathroom is definitely one of our favorite DIY projects to date!!!(you can read all about how the renovation HERE)