I took a pile of old pallets and some scrap plywood and turned it into an indoor recycling separator! Total cost to me, $4.50 for the lid hinges plus the cost of the nails and screws which I already had lying around. It took awhile for assembly and sanding but it looks great after it is all done. I used a wood burner to label the holes in the lid for the final touch.
Need a new bed? Getting a new bed can cost you a lot of money, and searching for one that will suit your taste can take a long time. So instead of spending a lot of your hard-earned money on a new bed, why not make your own, and get the design you truly desire! Would you like to have one of these platform beds?
A messy kitchen really always makes you loose the passion to cook delicacies. The cookers are in all places, so the kitchen is like a battlefield. Here we present you the pallet projects to help you save your hopeless kitchen. Of course, you can buy some cool and useful kitchen gadgets in stores, but the […]