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Amazing Things Made From Old Pallets

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Great Stuff Made From Garbage!

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This video is so chock full of amazing visuals and ideas you will want to go full screen, and be ready to click on the pause button several times.

You will see a blizzard of awe-inspiring creations made from old wood pallets: everything from spice racks to outdoor bleacher seating. This is all made from old wood pallets that we can get for free!

Some are useful everyday items like tables and chairs that seem simple enough to put together even with rudimentary carpentry skills. Many are ultra chic design masterpieces! You will see birdcages, staircases, bookcases, sofas, shoe racks, coffee tables, office furniture, patio decks, compost bins, planters, kids furniture, beds, dog houses, play houses - and yes, even real houses!

-Bibi Farber

This video was produced by the Canadian Wood Pallet and Container Association







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