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Old 06-16-2011, 12:57 PM   #1
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Next Home Project

Since the "people beneath the stairs" are now gone, we can finally reclaim our basement. Once we get it cleaned up, I can get back on track with my plans. For starters, I'm gonna need a whole lotta (free) pallets made with the thin boards. Gonna use them to make a rough wainscoating all around the main room. Once again, my husband's going to think I've lost my mind! Getting used to it!
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http://www.evil-designs.com/blog/201...y-pallet-wall/
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but not quite what I had in mind. And pretty sure my finished product won't look THAT nice. haha
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Didn't think so but its made from pallets.

You're talking about using pallets still assembled along the border and maybe put a piece of 1x6 or something as a top so you can set stuff on them and tie them all together
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Nice try, DTB. Know the guy personally, & he is too wiped out to even think about it!
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Didn't think so but its made from pallets.

You're talking about using pallets still assembled along the border and maybe put a piece of 1x6 or something as a top so you can set stuff on them and tie them all together
Not quite, Spenser. Gonna pop off the boards & nail them to the wall (up & down), then use more for cap & bottom trim. May even take a hammer to them to make them look more rough. Maybe splash a bit of whitewash or grey, weathered stain on them.
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That's a good idea. Mine was a bit redneck haha.
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he said the basement dwellers are coming back and you would just have to like it.
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Is mike gonna fix up the SJ and make you a rig to bash?
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Hey love that picture, would have never though of using pallets like that. Now I know how Im going to finish the inside of my patio.
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Good Idea. Going to steal that idea if you dont mind.
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he said the basement dwellers are coming back and you would just have to like it.
You's so funny! You should have heard the conversation of lunch today on that topic!
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Is mike gonna fix up the SJ and make you a rig to bash?
YES, the SJ is supposed to be my rig. I've got the original front clip, but it needs a LOT of work!


And it won't be any time soon...we've got wheelin' to do!!!

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Hey love that picture, would have never though of using pallets like that. Now I know how Im going to finish the inside of my patio.
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Good Idea. Going to steal that idea if you dont mind.

I like the pic Spenser posted also; I just have a different picture in my head.

Reuse & recycle was not my original idea, so you're not stealing from me!

I look forward to seeing pics (before & after)!
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Nice idea you have for those pallets, to bad I didn't know about it earlier this year, we hauled a big azzed pile off from work that I could have grabbed for you.
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This sounds like a good project, I will bust out my and for this project.
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Nice idea you have for those pallets, to bad I didn't know about it earlier this year, we hauled a big azzed pile off from work that I could have grabbed for you.
Phloop, I'm looking for a specific type of pallet (picky me ). If you're familiar with the "disposable" pallets, the top boards are pretty thin, probably only 3/16-3/8" max. These are the type I'm looking for. When they can be found, they are usually free since the pallet reconditioning/reselling guys have no use for them.

I am going to need a LOT of these. The room I'm working with is 53' long by 14' wide. Not sure yet if I'm going to go all the way around the room or one side or long side & ends...??? But if I only go down one long side & est the width of the slats a 3 1/2", I would need 182 slats. Most pallets have 6-8 slats & most of these lighter pallets have broken slats. Unbroken, I'd still need over 30 pallets!

Since we're tied to the store 6 days/week, all available eyes are appreciated!!
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I know the style you are looking for. About half of those pallets we hauled off were that kind as well as a few crates that had side walls of the same slat's. Talk Rocky into getting a table saw and have him rip the thicker one's down to the size you need.
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Yuk, sounds like WAY too much work. And wood is NOT his forte! For the most part, I'm on my own with this project. When I get to the brick/stone work, I'll be able to call on his TRUE talents! :-)
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I'll help . Not into fine wood work but can do some wood work
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Im really good at building speaker inclosures and rubbing my weiner on things...thats about the extent of my wood working skilz.

Build ya some cool shit out of rocks and metal tho
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Well, some of the "people beneath the stairs" are back. But this time it will be a home. So...the project still lives. Just will have to be sure to have a smoother finish on the wainscoating so the babies don't get splinters. Maybe a rough sanding & whitewash or pickling. Still got to find the pallets.
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