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You can also sort out the relief for your pets by re-purposing the pallet wood. The pets mostly the dog and cat needs care and love and these 10 DIY pallet dog bed ideas will be terrific gift to show your love for your lovely dog. Just give pallet wood a rectangular shaped look by building the sides a little bid short and you are done to have a lovely pallet wood furniture which would be a nice bed for serene sleep of your pet. We have shown here three different types of pet’s beds which are rustic but visually much pleasing. Supply to do these DIY pallet projects would be just the pallet wood, some nails and hammer. So grab the pallet which is often to get with ease due to being highly accessible and reachable. Home backyard, neighborhood, shipping and construction area are best where is great probability to find the pallet wood. The pallet skids mostly can be seen on the road sides lying for nothing but to be ruined. The pallet from the shipping mostly contain the unpleasing gunk and ugly scratches so it would be useful to give a soapy wash to pallet wood before getting it into the project to make such a beautiful tiny pallet beds for your dog which is very loyal companion of man. We have also attached the charming dog name plate after completing the bed with stripped up pallet planks Here is another great layout of pallet wood to be a bed for your pet. Your dog may be naughty so it would be nice to provide some boarder to the bed to avoid falling off the pillow which provide great comfort to it while sleeping in serene mood. This pallet motivation for pet’s bed has also been given a short height sides which resist the falling off of cushion too. To add more fun to this pallet pet bed frame add the casters or wheels to turn it into a enjoyable toy for your pet’s playing and fun mania. Here are some further inspirations to make you get with ultimate ideas for handmade dog beds. You can make clever use of old home material to give them a utilitarian move. We have recycled old trunks and suitcases which were no longer useable, to make a sophisticated dog bed layouts out of them. If there is nothing in home that can be reused to give a sleeping platform to our dog then there comes the pallet wood which is highly low budgeted, endured and easily gettable. Make it reclaimed by following the wise instructions and soon you will find a serene bed for your pet. We have given here most useable and highly wanted inspirations for dog bed. Old home furniture can also be modified to this 4 legged wooden pallet furniture for you dog to earn him a highly peaceful sleep. Visit the home store room, dumpsters and backyards to find some defined wood remains. Such a bits and pieces of wood are much possible to be a highly serviceable object of home if you get them wisely recycled. Cushion or mattress are first preferences when we counts for the comfort in any wooden layout or frame. So it becomes necessary to go with pillows and cushions to find that serene and comfortable feel. There are lot more options to get chic behavior of the dog bed for example you can add name badges or tags on them to show the ownership of your dog. For this purpose you can inscribed it directly on wooden surface or make use of vinyl letters to add the name letters of your dog. A large variety of casters and wheels is available on much cool and effective rates in the market, chose you find snazzy and dutiful and give a metal touch to your prepared pet bed model. This will also make it fast in mobility issues and will be a fun toy too to your pet.


1 Of 14 Repurposed BedTake a page out of Rachelle Blondel's new book, DIY For Your Dog, and turn an old drawer, suitcase, wine crate, or picnic basket into a cozy repurposed bed. Katie Whitaker 2 Of 14 Dog Crate NighstandBy day, this might look an ordinary nightstand, but by night, pop open the latch and let your pooch climb right in. If that's not the definition of double-duty, we don't know what is.Get the tutorial at Chasing a Dream. Courtesy of Chasing a DreamAdvertisement - Continue Reading Below 3 Of 14 Little Red Wagon Dog BedRemove wheels and axles from a wagon. Next, cover a pillow insert (sizes will vary according to wagon dimensions) with a pet-friendly fabric and place in the bed of the wagon. Apply adhesive furniture pads to the bottom to prevent scratching. David Hillegas 4 Of 14 Woven Platform Dog BedThis heavy-duty dog bed holds up to the challenge of a 160-pound American Mastiff. Woven nylon strapping is stapled to a square wooden frame and finished with upholstery tacks for a finished look. Colorful turned furniture legs give the bed a fun vibe.Get the tutorial at Wouldn't It Be Lovely. Courtesy of Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 5 Of 14 Repurposed SuitcaseRepurpose a vintage suitcase into a cozy spot for your pup to hang out by padding the bottom with a foam cushion covered in a fun fabric as seen in this simple DIY project. Decorate it with a burlap pennant banner and tuck his favorite toys in the luggage pockets.Get the tutorial at Ruche. Courtesy of 6 Of 14 Converted TV ConsoleRemember when TVs were nice furniture pieces? If you've got a retro unit collecting dust in the basement or are lucky enough to find one in a thrift store, you can turn it into a dog bed fit for a king. Rip out the old console's electronic guts—being careful not to break the picture tube—and paint it the color of your choice.Get the tutorial at Endorsed by Igor. Courtesy of Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 7 Of 14 Upcycled Milk Crate Dog BedConvert an antique milk crate into a special space for a small dog by cutting out the interior milk-bottle fittings—be sure to use a saw blade for metal—like in this project. Then, just add in a removable cushion with a pillow cover in sweet red-and-white ticking.Get the tutorial at Crafted Niche. Courtesy of 8 Of 14 Broken End Table Turned Pet BedCan't you just imagine your four-legged princess curled up in this classic four-poster bed? Southern Revivals turned an broken end table upside-down and added finials to what used to be the legs to give it extra drama. Some round feet, a coat of white paint, and a chevron-patterned pillow complete the look.Get the tutorial at Southern Revivals. Courtesy of Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 9 Of 14 Mid-Century Style Dog BedIf Betty Draper DIYed, she'd dig this mid-century mod dog bed. Use plywood to build a box sized to fit around a store-bought dog pad, screw on some pre-made legs into angled brackets, and paint in a bright retro color.Get the tutorial at Our Nerd Home. Courtesy of 10 Of 14 Upcycled Side Table NookFor a dog who likes his privacy but also wants to be near the family, create a special nook for him inside a family room side table. Shellac the wood to prevent stain bleed-through, and then paint in a calming neutral. A two-toned piped pillow makes the inside attractive whether it's naptime or not.Get the tutorial at 86 Lemons. Courtesy of Next Gallery Hook It Up! 14 DIY Ideas for Decorative Coat Racks You'll be hooked on these clever ways to mitigate the mess. By Ellen Sturm Niz GIF Of 14 Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Imported Layers Created with Sketch. Presented by Created by Created by Country Living for From Country Living for


1 Of 14 Repurposed BedTake a page out of Rachelle Blondel's new book, DIY For Your Dog, and turn an old drawer, suitcase, wine crate, or picnic basket into a cozy repurposed bed. Katie Whitaker 2 Of 14 Dog Crate NighstandBy day, this might look an ordinary nightstand, but by night, pop open the latch and let your pooch climb right in. If that's not the definition of double-duty, we don't know what is.Get the tutorial at Chasing a Dream. Courtesy of Chasing a DreamAdvertisement - Continue Reading Below 3 Of 14 Little Red Wagon Dog BedRemove wheels and axles from a wagon. Next, cover a pillow insert (sizes will vary according to wagon dimensions) with a pet-friendly fabric and place in the bed of the wagon. Apply adhesive furniture pads to the bottom to prevent scratching. David Hillegas 4 Of 14 Woven Platform Dog BedThis heavy-duty dog bed holds up to the challenge of a 160-pound American Mastiff. Woven nylon strapping is stapled to a square wooden frame and finished with upholstery tacks for a finished look. Colorful turned furniture legs give the bed a fun vibe.Get the tutorial at Wouldn't It Be Lovely. Courtesy of Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 5 Of 14 Repurposed SuitcaseRepurpose a vintage suitcase into a cozy spot for your pup to hang out by padding the bottom with a foam cushion covered in a fun fabric as seen in this simple DIY project. Decorate it with a burlap pennant banner and tuck his favorite toys in the luggage pockets.Get the tutorial at Ruche. Courtesy of 6 Of 14 Converted TV ConsoleRemember when TVs were nice furniture pieces? If you've got a retro unit collecting dust in the basement or are lucky enough to find one in a thrift store, you can turn it into a dog bed fit for a king. Rip out the old console's electronic guts—being careful not to break the picture tube—and paint it the color of your choice.Get the tutorial at Endorsed by Igor. Courtesy of Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 7 Of 14 Upcycled Milk Crate Dog BedConvert an antique milk crate into a special space for a small dog by cutting out the interior milk-bottle fittings—be sure to use a saw blade for metal—like in this project. Then, just add in a removable cushion with a pillow cover in sweet red-and-white ticking.Get the tutorial at Crafted Niche. Courtesy of 8 Of 14 Broken End Table Turned Pet BedCan't you just imagine your four-legged princess curled up in this classic four-poster bed? Southern Revivals turned an broken end table upside-down and added finials to what used to be the legs to give it extra drama. Some round feet, a coat of white paint, and a chevron-patterned pillow complete the look.Get the tutorial at Southern Revivals. Courtesy of Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 9 Of 14 Mid-Century Style Dog BedIf Betty Draper DIYed, she'd dig this mid-century mod dog bed. Use plywood to build a box sized to fit around a store-bought dog pad, screw on some pre-made legs into angled brackets, and paint in a bright retro color.Get the tutorial at Our Nerd Home. Courtesy of 10 Of 14 Upcycled Side Table NookFor a dog who likes his privacy but also wants to be near the family, create a special nook for him inside a family room side table. Shellac the wood to prevent stain bleed-through, and then paint in a calming neutral. A two-toned piped pillow makes the inside attractive whether it's naptime or not.Get the tutorial at 86 Lemons. Courtesy of Next Gallery Hook It Up! 14 DIY Ideas for Decorative Coat Racks You'll be hooked on these clever ways to mitigate the mess. By Ellen Sturm Niz