“I am knee deep in a garage, mudroom and kitchen addition,” says Katie from Little House of Four. “Each week we’ve had a few deliveries, which all resulted in pallets full of material being delivered to the house.” She’s been using all that pallet wood to make useful and beautiful things for her home. Her latest project is turning pallet wood into picture frames.
Here’s a nifty idea for adding some dimension to your yard with a vertical garden. It’s made from a pallet by Amanda at Mommy is Coocoo.
Over at Designed Decor, DeDe has been working on taking apart the pallets she had stashed in her backyard. “The pallets I had were pretty beat up and a lot of the boards were not in good shape, so I just cut them, and had a bunch of 12 to 18 inch boards,” she tells us. Faced with a pile of short boards to reuse, Dede came up with this clock project.
Allison of The Golden Sycamore has had some pallets sitting in her driveway that she’d been meaning to repurpose. “Since we also have lots of furniture and random accessories in our basement, I thought I’d kill two birds with one stone,” Allison tells us. “I took this large mirror that we weren’t using and a pallet to create an art display for our living room.”
Justynn blogs at Creative Life Antics. “A friend found a great pallet for me from his work and I’ve been saving it for a project,” she explains. The project she decided to use it for was a kitchen herb garden.
Over at Our Pinteresting Family, Meghan shares another great use for pallet wood. “We had a few pallets left in the garage from last summer. I mentioned to Rob that it may be time to find them a new home or put them on Free-cycle.” Rob, however, had a better idea, that included upcycling the pallets and some old belts from Meghan’s closet.
Over at The Happy Housie, Krista tells us, “I was out for a walk with my family the other day when I happened upon an old piece of pallet wood that had somehow ended up on the side of the road. I had wanted to make a sign out of pallet wood for a while so I quickly grabbed it and ported it back home with me.”