Nice well! I enjoy using pallets for projects as well. I have made a cople of deck storage boxes/benches, and a cowboy cooler for a friend. The best part abut pallets is that you really get a good look at the wood while disassembling them, for me that is when the planning starts for a project, and looking at and getting a feel for the grain really seems to let the wood decide what it will be used for. Thanks for sharing this project.
Another well done pallet project.
I run a Harman P38+ pellet stove to heat my house (2 x 1200 sqft) in winter.
That means that, every winter, I buy pallets for $250.00 each after I unload all the crap
for the stove.
I intend to bust one up to build a plant stand/lamp stand this winter.
I really do appreciate the challenge to get on with it.
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