The New Pallet Book

The New Pallet Book

Ingenious DIY Projects for the Home, Garden, and Homestead

Chris Peterson
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Upcycle that unwanted wood! The New Pallet Book updates a unique woodworking book with 25+ new ways to take a stack of pallets and put them to use. Join home improvement author Chris Peterson for a complete guide to deconstructing and repurposing pallets. This edition, with tons of new content and more than 50 projects and ideas, features everything from dead-simple builds like pathway pavers and a mug holder to more challenging projects like a recycling bin holder and bathroom magazine box. It' s safe to say theres something for everyone-and every pallet. Some projects, like the raised bed, showcase the pallet. For others, like the fireplace surround, you' d be hard-pressed to guess the wood was free. New projects Include: * Central AC Unit Screen * Window Shutters * Bike Rack * Potting Bench * Strawberry Box * Toss Across Game * Wall-Mounted Sneaker Rack * Towel Rack Ladder * Crafts Center * Beer Cooler * Tool Carrier * Firewood Holder * Bathtub Tray * And Much More! Theres no shortage of inspiration to put free wood to work and keep pallets out of landfills. Simple step-by-step instructions, as well as parts lists and images of the completed projects, make sure you will build it right the first time. Peterson also dishes out must-have pallet knowledge, including the basic tools for breakdown, finish options, and key information on pallet safety. Its a one-stop pallet workshop!
Chris Peterson is a veteran home improvement and design author. Among the many books he has written are 5-Gallon Bucket Book, Building with Secondhand Stuff, Manskills, four books in the Ideas You Can Use series, and many books in Cool Springs Presss BLACK+DECKER Complete Guide series. He has also co-authored numerous home design books with noted media celebrities. He lives in Ashland, Oregon.