Pallet Adirondack Chair Pallets come in many shapes and styles. They're made from lots of different types of wood. They are readily available for free. In fact, most companies pay people to take them away. But there's a catch: pallets aren't easy to take apart. If you're expecting perfection, than pallet lumber may not be right for you. If you're not interested in turning a pallet into something else or trucking around the nation looking for free stuff, substitute the pallet wood for some nice cedar or pressure treated wood.
Make a DIY Pallet Coffee Table | Pallet Furniture Plans This easy to make rustic indoor coffee table is made from pallet wood. The pallet was dismantled and the thicker rails were used as the frame but they were slightly twisted. To straighten it was soaked with water and weighed down on a flat surface to dry. The slats were screwed across the top of the frame then cut straight. Submitted by Michael Tapscott!
1001 Pallets, Recycled wood pallet ideas, DIY pallet Projects ! Pallet Wood Bench and Gabion Table Green design gives us the opportunity to be extra creative. When materials or objects have served their original purpose, and are put in the category of "waste" (what an absurd concept anyway!), we give them new life by uncover their potential and beauty, and celebrate them in new ways. These benches and table are made from reclaimed pallet wood, a metal storage shelving unit that's no longer needed, and a material that's locally abundant - beach pebbles. They are a fun blend of rustic wood, fresh colors, simple clean lines, and a touch of industrial gabion. If you are wondering what's 'gabion', here's a good definition from wikipedia : "A gabion is a cage, cylinder, or box filled with rocks, concrete, or sometimes sand and soil for use in civil engineering, road building, and military applications."
25 Ways Of How To Use Pallets In Your Garden Benches, flower pots, tables, small vertical gardens and even canopies covered with plants. All of them can decorate your garden immediately if you know how to make a simple pallet work. After we’ve shown you how to recycle wooden pallets, we thought it would be a great idea to see a bunch of decorative ideas that can beautify your garden. Moreover, they are easy to assemble and prove to be very functional for your future activities! A wood frame and a lot of pillows – cozy and comfortable! Natural wood or Mediterranean touch? Flowers couldn’t have been planted in a better place. :)
Paracord Laced Pallet, Hanging Chair Stuff you will need- Tools: Drill Saw Lighter Sawzall (optional) Materials: Paracord Pallet (I was able to get by with just one but it all depends on how much usable wood you can get off of each pallet) I used pallet wood because it is hardwood and free but, as with all treated wood, you need to use precaution when handling this wood. I used paracord because it is small yet strong and does not stretch as much as other ropes. DIY Outdoor Pallet Wood Sofa | Pallet Furniture Plans After sometime we become more expert about home furniture items with working with pallet wood. You can design you own DIY pallet wood sofa by keeping in mind of different chair structure and size of your mattress after getting some pallet wood to achieve your desired article pallet stool bench, pallet tool box and pallet planter box and many other items of home used furniture. Pallet wood can be attained in your garage and stocks of your home. Measurements of pallet wood sofa base, on which back and seat boards have to be placed. Arrangement of back and seat board for pallet sofa should be even and balanced for comfortable sitting. Image source
DIY: Pallet sofa Thank you so much for your input on my flea market find yesterday. I appreciate your thoughts, and I will absolutely think twice before I paint it. I´ll probably keep it as it is – at least for now *smile* Anyway I thought I would show you our “pallet sofa” on our balcony today. I have made one out of two pallets covered with pillows and throws.As a table I have used an old wooden crate, so I can decorate with flowers and candles, or simply to have a place to put my coffee. So if you have a small budget for your outside area this year, maybe you can make something similar to my pallet sofa? Do you have any other pallet ideas? (Images: Nina Holst)
Pallet Playhouse Is Easy To Make And Looks Great Pallets have to be one of our favourite materials and if you have access to some, or some left overs at your home, here’s a great way that you can put them to great use. This Pallet Playhouse is perfect for the kids and it will look super cute in the garden. You can Paint it up in any colour you like and there will be hours of fun to come in your backyard. If you don’t have pallets, it’s a simple structure. Use slats and scrap wood. Be sure to scroll our page and check out the Pallet Teepees too and don’t forget to Pin your favourite ideas. This Pallet Playhouse is another example of how you can make yours look. get tutorial —> Pallet Playhouse Tutorial get tutorial —> Pallet Teepee Tutorial ** Please Note – Who Australia and The WHOot are participants in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.
reading chair made from two wooden palettes (part 2) Allright, friends! It’s time for the second installment of Build A Chair Using Palettes. In part 1, we built the platform of the chair/reading nook. Today, we’ll be attaching the sides of the chair and painting it! For this second part of the chair building, you’ll need: -a wooden palette (if you already collected two for part 1, this part will use your second palette) -two pieces of scrap 2×4 at least the length of each of your ‘chair’ sides -a sander (I used an orbital sander, but any will do… you could even hand sand if you were really into manual labor) -circular saw -crow bar or reciprocating saw (to pry planks of wood off of the palette) -nails 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Remember, this is part 2 of a series to make a reading nook using palettes. *Find part 1 of this series here.
Pallet loungers Some of you may remember a while back when I made these beauties from some pallets. Someone requested a tutorial and I'm happy to oblige, especially since I was planning on doing that anyway when they were all done. At the time they were only primed white and now they're a bright and luscious red :) So I took a few more pics and decided it was tutorial time! Ok, maybe tutorial isn't the right word because I don't really have any before or during pics (!) but I'll at least be telling you how I went about it. I can also add that my lack of before and during pics are due to the fact that I didn't know if it was going to turn out well or not. Materials Four pallets of the same size, preferably rectangular One pallet slightly wider than your other pallets, more square than rectangular Scrap 2X4s or pallet scraps of the 2X4 kind 1. 2. 3. The arrow shows the nails holding the original middle board to the top boards, everything else was deconstructed. 4. 5. 6. 7. Just a close-up of the same thing.
Tangeez - Tangible Lights by Emily Webster & Mustafa Bagdatli "Tangeez are wonderful building blocks of light. The magnetic click and the translucent colors are incredibly satisfying. They're continually offering new combinations, and they're impossible to put down. I want a whole wall of them." These “physical pixels” create a tactile, interactive and social experience that allows you to hold and control light. Tangeez combine red, green and blue light to create a spectrum of colors that change depending on how you stack them. The more you change and rearrange, the more colors you will see. "They've got the simple charm of a set of Dominoes and yet they're like an interactive set of Legos. -Donald Chestnut, Chief Experience Officer, SapientNitro From spaceships to skyscrapers, Christmas trees to robots, Tangeez can be combined and stacked infinitely to build glowing structures of any shape and size. Tangeez brighten up any space and are as portable and mobile as you are. "Who isn't fascinated with light? -Jim Campbell, Electronic Artist Emily Webster
Pallet Hacks - ScrapHacker Cheap’n'Chic Pallet Sofa Posted by ScrapHacker.com on juli 13, 2012 · 12 Comments Been busy hacking around the house the last couple of days! Among other things, I’ve hacked the crap out of yet another discarded pallet, now enjoying a blissful afterlife as a neat little sofa in my kitchen with some equally neat magic storage, check it out: The project is really an easy-peasy D.I.Y, and hope [...] Pallet Hack 2.0? Posted by ScrapHacker.com on januari 25, 2012 · Leave a Comment These hacks might not be the most D.I.Y friendly ones, but I´m thinking they could plant some small seeds of inspiration… Featured above here is the art by Vancouver based artist Aaron Moran (born 1986) who has a trademark hacky, and amazingly cool style (scroll down for some more glorious creations of his). Top 20: D.I.Y Spool Hacks Posted by ScrapHacker.com on december 21, 2011 · 6 Comments Top 15 Pallet Bed Hacks Posted by ScrapHacker.com on november 24, 2011 · 5 Comments Top-15 Pallet Sofa Ideas ScrapHacks @ the office