|Project by Zach Hendrickson||posted 03-23-2017 05:29 PM||847 views||2 times favorited||8 comments|
As many of you woodworkers can attest to – if your significant other asks, your significant other gets!
That was the case with this project – a first for me working with pallets. The girlfriend wanted a rustic pallet bed frame, so I was off to the races planning and sourcing my materials.
Now I know all the sayings:
-Pallets are dangerous
-Pallets are dirty and filled with chemicals
-You’ll die from using pallets! (Thank you Reddit! I’m still alive!)
Well I get it, so I did my best to only find pallets in good shape, that had only “HT” on them, and that were from a source I could somewhat trust.
No video for this one, just a detailed blog article that documents the (painstaking) day building the bed, which included a strained chest carrying pallet wood!
If you want to check out my other projects, you can sift through them on the blog. I also recommend checking out my Youtube Channel as I have dipped into the DIY video sector in the past few months and love it!
This was a massive project to do over the course of one day (granted I had spent about three hours the prior weekend breaking down the pallets), especially in my driveway! But the final result was nothing short of spectacular (in my opinion!) and I am very proud to show off this beast of a bed to the community.
Hope you enjoy!
-- Zach aka The Cutting Bored, https://goo.gl/O4acGO