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Made 100% from recycled pallet wood.
My wife asked if I could make a coffee table for her, suggesting I use pallets. Little did I know I would not only make the coffee table, but also two Adirondack-style chairs, an end table for my son, a patio table for our deck, a patio bench for the deck, two different computer desks and a double ‘Pallirondack’ settee I made for some friends. I now have orders for two more of the settees and I’ve made a computer desk for a family friend. I searched online for project plans and then modified them to work with pallet lumber. The computer desks and patio bench are my own design.
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