DIY Pallet bar project – Spanish wine tavern with beach holiday vibes

If you’ve spotted my pallet bar around the internet (and on the TV now, thanks to Kirstie Allsopp!) you may be interested to see today’s pallet project – a Spanish-style wine tavern pallet bar with summery stenciled pattern…

A lovely Instagrammer @Jillerose got in touch with me to let me know that they had made a pallet bar for their own garden, using my project as the inspiration. How exciting..!

Their project is amazing and I love the detailed stenciling on the pallet wood. The sign writing ‘Taberna Rosa’ is Spanish for Rose Tavern and is beautifully finished with a copper shadow-effect. What a fabulous summery colour too!

Jill used chalk paint in ocean blue hues to revamp the pallet wood. Also – she’s upcycled some wood from wine crates to make the tabletop, which just adds to the holiday wine bar vibe. I feel like I could spend all summer at this beautiful pallet bar.

I hope Jill and her family and friends enjoy the wonderful pallet bar she has made – it’s so impressive and I’m thinking about revamping my own bar with wine crate wood now haha! If you want to find out how to make a pallet bar for your own garden, my original black and copper pallet bar project is here on my blog. Enjoy!



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Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in lifestyle promotion studies. She loves to 'get the look for less' so regularly shares thrifty fashion posts, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

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