Some Outdoor Ideas For Leftover Wood
Improve the Appearance of Your Patio, Gazebo, or Deck with Wood Furniture
When you think of outdoor furniture, you might envision a plastic patio table and plastic chairs and a couple of straw chaise lounges. This is a nice setup for friends and loved ones.
But, how about something different? Wooden outdoor furniture can make your outdoor space appear more inviting. Moreover, you can build wooden outdoor furniture pieces using leftover wood found around your property. This is a creative and fun way to put to use that old wood.
Check out below some ideas for leftover wood. If you need more wood, contact a stump grinding business.
If you have empty pallets, you have the materials for a stylish patio or deck table.
This table can be built with two pallets of any size. The assembly involves fastening two pallets together with little blocks of wood and applying sealant to safeguard it from moisture. The top pallet has to have a level, flat surface that will support tableware. You can even attach casters to move it around quickly.
Table from Old Wine Crates
Old wooden wine crates can be used to make a small deck table. If your outdoor space isn’t that big, this might be the better option for you. On the other hand, if you desire a full-size table, you could use four big wine crates. You might want to apply a coat of sealant to shield it from the rain.
A Pallet Loveseat
A pallet loveseat is a great idea if you don't want a standard sofa on your patio or deck. The seat, arms, and legs are built out of wood scraps. The loveseat’s back is made out of a pallet. You could leave the seat bare or put some vibrant cushions on it to give it a welcoming feel. Be sure to apply sealant to protect the wood from the rain.
An Easy Chair
This job is ideal if you want a simple chair for your deck or patio. This chair design is similar to the one you see at a campsite. You can attach a cushion to the seat to make it comfortable. Again, you want to use sealant to safeguard the wood.
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