"The structure is built out of wood that took from old pallets. The floor is pallets that they use to bolt down large equipment during transit. The interior walls, door, and window are As-Is, damaged, items from the local IKEA. I got the paint and carpet sample free from work. I did buy the roof boards and some extra 2x4s. The roof is covered with rubber desk mats that I found on the side of the road. It is about 95% found material or recycled from trash people put on the street. The coolest part of the whole fort is that the IKEA flooring on the interior wall are nail, splinter, and snag free."I think this is one of my favourite shedlike atmospheres of 2008. Lots more pictures at his blog.If any other readers have photos or details of a pallet build, please send them in.
Friday, June 27, 2008
The pallet renaissance continues. Jonathan Stenner writes to share the playhouse he built for his children:
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