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Create cost effective and easy outdoor furniture with Dandy's 'nearly new' used Euro Pallets - perfect for outdoor social distancing!
Build your own seating, tables, bar and planters.
Each pallet measures 800mm x 1200mm x 150mm. Pack of 2 x wood screws included per pallet. Cushions and accessories not included.
DIY SEATING IDEAS
3 pallets = 1 x chair
4 pallets = a standing bar, 2 widths or 1 x corner chair
5 pallets = 1 x chair & 1 x table
6 pallets = 2 seater
7 pallets = 2 seater corner
8 pallets = 2 seater + table
9 pallets = 3 seater
10 pallets = 3 seater L shape/cornerYou will need...
Dandy's cheat sheet:
This amazing corner sofa and table is made up of 15 pallets and some cushions, how stylish does this look?!
Dress up your pallets with cushions, an outdoor rug and some lighting...
Pallet bar ideas - perfect for some at home entertaining...
Fancy getting really creative? Check out this amazing swing seat!
(Images for representation only. Images sourced via Pinterest.)
You can purchase cushions online - click here to check out some Amazon listings.
Made your own DIY pallet furniture using Dandy's? Send us the images on email or Facebook and we'll post them on our Social Media and website :)
Use an old pallet to make your own Herb, Veg or Flower Garden!
You will need...
Step 1 - Stand your pallet upright in it's final place.
Step 2 - Use a staple gun to secure anti-weed membrane/bulk bag in-between the slats, creating a trough for your compost.
Step 3 - Paint or decorative your pallet
Step 4 - Fill troughs with compost.
Step 5 - Add your plants, flowers, herbs or veg seed!
Make a flat veg bed by laying the pallet down... perfect for lettuce!
Transform a Pallet into a Raised Bed!
You will need...
Step 1 - Using a crowbar or some kind of lever pull up the long pieces of wood from the pallet. You may need to remove the nails.
Step 2 - Continue until all pieces are separate.
Step 3 - Using a saw cut pieces of wood the same size as the depth of 2 or 3 pieces of wood.
Step 4 - Fix your long pieces these together by nailing a couple of smaller pieces vertically along the back (make sure you leave around 100mm each end).
Step 5 - Use the blocks from the supports to create the corner supports. Nail them in from each side
Step 6 - Once all 4 sides are nailed together you can simply move into place and fill with Topsoil or Compost!
What this handy video for more information...