I love the pallet benches. But after being reminded that not everyone is an ex-basketball player with a dad well over 6 feet tall, I decided to build something that doesn’t need a footrest for those who grace this earth a little closer to the ground. (Hi, Mom!)
The “Low Rider” pallet chair is one solid little chair. The seat and back are made from the most beautiful pallet I’ve ever seen (yeah, you heard me) and the sides are made of half of a pallet remnant. Recycled pine planks were fitted for the armrests, and for those other lefties out there who are tired of things not being made with them in mind and have a permanent ink smudge on their left hand and pinky finger, this one’s for you: a lefty cupholder.
The seat is wide and the back of the chair is angled. Two children could sit comfortably, or one adult and a furry companion could easily fit and watch the world go by.
Dimensions – 43″ wide (from the edges of the armrests) x 27.5″ high x 30″ deep (from the back of the chair to the end of the armrests)
Low Rider: $49 (without cushions or bulldog)