Cedar Pallet Adirondack Chairs

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Yes. More building inside. At least Punxatawny Phil didn’t see his shadow on my birthday (and neither did I), so spring is coming!  Although on the east coast with this mild winter, my poor daffodils have been popping up and then ducking back into the dirt for the past month.

Apparently, I have the patience of my daffodils. Must. Build. Now! Have. Pallets. Why wait and build outside in a few weeks when it warms up!?

(Notice how you aren’t seeing photos of my living room?)

I’ve said since I started NATURE CALLS that working with pallets is always like playing with a big puzzle. These small cedar pallets are a joy to work with; there are so many furniture configurations you can make without cutting a single board.

That’s what makes this set unique to me. Made out of (well-sanded) four complete cedar pallets, these chairs fit standard cushions and have a nice, wide armrest for your coffee in the morning or whatever at the end of a long day. The finish pictured is natural; they can be stained or painted to whatever color or finish your heart desires for an additional $20. (I use spray stain and/or paint to ensure even coverage in the crevices. With pallets, there are MANY crevices. Spray is the way to go for even coverage, unless you want to contort yourself as if you are auditioning for Cirque du Soleil.)  And given that they are cedar, you don’t need to worry about bringing them in when the weather changes. These puppies were meant to sit in the great outdoors all year long.

 

***LIMITED SUPPLY***

Cedar Pallet Adirondack Chairs:  $45 each, or 2 for $90  (Stain/paint is $20 extra)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About Mel

My name is Mel, and I split my time living, working and playing in southeastern Pennsylvania and southern Vermont. I'm a reclaimed wood artist who loves to continually find ways to repurpose wood and give it new life. "Nature Calls: Reclaimed Wood Designs" is my business dedicated to doing that! Thanks for stopping by!
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