1. cassie says:

    this is such a smart idea and it looks awesome in its new fun color!

  2. Kim says:

    Thank for this great inspirational piece. I love the hooks to hang paintbrushes. I wouldn’t have to hang them from the rafters in the basement anymore!

  3. Jan says:

    Of course I love it…

    My “only” regret in life is that pallets won’t fit into my back seat OR my trunk! So it will be with great envy that I read your upcoming pallet table post.

    But—in related news—my roof was totaled in a hail storm in the spring so I will be getting a new roof soon. And roofing materials are delivered on wood pallets! WooHoo!


  4. Great idea!
    P.S. How do you get your kids interested in your painting stuff!!!!!

    • GTC says:

      Great question! I think it depends on the kid. I knew my son would enjoy painting, but I used to pay him to help me “prep” pieces. Little by little, I had him help with painting. Now he loves doing his own projects. My girls are creative too, but they are not so interested in painting.

  5. You go, girl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You will enjoy your work station for a long time to come.

  6. I need that – but first I need to clear a space in my garage but I’m scared I might get a concussion when things topple on me!

  7. Robin says:

    Love the table! Your organized work space is an inspiration!

  8. Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says:

    Look at you getting all organized!

  9. Edie Marie says:

    Fabulous idea! Many people have an old kitchen or dining table lurking around. This is a great repurpose idea for them. The paint brushes are perfect hanging at the end of the table… no searching and searching for “where did I put that brush after the last time I used it?”.

    Blessings, Edie Marie

  10. Man… such a genius and obvious thing to do with a table, yet something I never would have put together. The casters and storage are big time key! Thanks for sharing this! I’ve featured you on I Love That Junk and various other places today. 🙂

  11. Like your work table and I can so relate. My garage is a disaster. I had to stop thrifting and picking up cast offs. No place to work or park my car. Slowly, I am donated,, had a couple of garage sales and, unfortunately, had to toss some things. I have a little space to work now but not much but I’m determined to return it to the former work space it once was.

  12. This is sooo simple and genius!!!!!!! It’s one of those “why didn’t I think of that”. deff would help dragging one unit out for everything vs one piece at a time!! Thanks for sharing this on DIY Sunday Showcase!! I’m pinning this one to our board!!


  13. Wow!! Thanks for sharing over at That DIY Party!! This is going on my “MUST-DO” list!! 🙂

  14. Why yes, that is my garage and I had no idea you snuck over here to photograph it:) I have an old dining table out there right now, maybe this should be it’s new job!

  15. It was so smart of you to create a work station in your garage. I’m sure you’ve really enjoyed using this. Thanks for sharing it with Throwback Thursday!

  16. Ha-Ha!! I couldn’t get past you asking if this was my garage. It looks just like mine. Too funny!!! The table looks great. Thanks for sharing at Throwback Thursday.


  17. Maria says:

    Love all the great ideas for redos so many things to pick. Love it

    Happy holidays


  18. Shaun Roney says:

    This is fabulous! I have a table that was donated that is almost the same shape and color…a little worse for wear. I’m going to see if I can’t make a few of your improvements and use in my garage. Thanks for the idea!

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