Green can be expensive. It can also be free.
I love…the idea of this. You’d have to sand the hell out of it, and pallets are often toxicly finish, so pick some old ones or some non-toxic ones. And as for the painting, how’d they do that?
Again, I’d be worried about splinters and toxic finish, but:
Pallet easel: now this I dig. Easels are gonna get messed up anyways with paint, so, perfect application:
Love (this would also be great for office waiting rooms: magazines, coffee table books):
This I like more than a bed…you won’t be touching it, much:
Love the wine holder:
Pallet swing: particularly if outside, exposed to the elements, a pallet swing seems perfect (my nice swings outside are getting slowly ruined by the elements, pallets are built to withstand punishment):
Another great outdoor use:
Pallet bench: (click-through for DIY instructions):
Outdoor furniture, generally:
Kinda bulky, but love this:
Brilliant, simple, roughly elegant:
Pallet child’s house:
Walk-in closet, shelving:
Pallet bike trailer? I’d love to try this for my dog and bike.
Again, perfect application: potting benches are gonna get muddied and watered up, anyways:
Click for instructions:
Path through boggy wet forest:
Some general tips:
This seems kinda arty, water-intensive, and I’d question food grown in pallets…but each to her own: