It’s hard to keep up with so many different schedules, especially as your kids get older. That’s why it’s important to stay as organized as possible and to stay on top of your and your kids’ lives. With a message board, you can easily hang schedules, tasks, chores, and important events that you and your family need to see. There’s no need to stress out about remembering your child’s soccer match or ballerina recital, this message board will cover all the organization for you (Pinterest).
Wooden pallets are the perfect material for compost bins. They allow the compost material to breathe and keep the organic matter contained in one box. You don’t need to be a farmer to have a compost box, you can turn the compost material into feed for your plants. This is an environmental way to feed your plants, reduce waste, and limit the number of chemicals you have in your home. To start, you’ll need four pallets of equal size. Make sure the pallets have the logo IPPC or EPAL, which means it doesn’t have harmful material that may leak into your compost (Grow Veg).
If you need a little bit of privacy in your home, this wooden pallet room divider is your lifesaver. Let’s say you have an office space in your living room, but it’s completely exposed to your couch and TV area. You can make a private room using wooden pallets. You’ll only need four pallets secured together to make this divider, which reaches toward your ceiling. Better yet, you can add binder clips and post-its to the structure to make it a family space with photos, reminders, and paintings (Pinterest).
Upcycle your old tables for a DIY succulent garden you can put in your backyard. You’ll need a few pallet boards, screws, and face nails. Once you build the structure, clear-coat them and start adding your succulents. Ashley, from Mountain Crest Gardens, created her succulent garden. She said, “I used ground or weed cloth and stapled it to the back and on the inside. I then filled the pallet with soil and cut holes for the plants. Then, once the plants were in I watered the whole thing. Now, we will have to wait at least a month to hang it, so that the succulents can root.” Eventually, your succulent garden will be sprawled with beautiful, vibrant plants (Mountain Crest Gardens).
This one will get your friends talking. If something is missing in your kitchen but you can’t quite put your finger on it, then a wooden pallet backsplash might be your answer. Spiff up your kitchen with a few panels of raw, exposed wood. To keep the pallet boards protected against moisture, you can seal the boards. If you love the look, you might want to have the exposed wood across your entire counter (Home Talk).
It’s time to put your favorite backyard tree to use! Build an outdoor swing using leftover pallet wood you have in your garage. All you need is the wood, screws, a drill, a saw, durable strings to throw over the branch of the tree, and a comfortable mattress. A little bit of material goes a long way. Once you layer the pallets together, attach the strings. You can decorate the swing however you’d like, and add weatherproof blankets, cushions, and pillows. Your weekend morning coffee just got a whole lot cozier (Homedit).