Two weeks and a bunch of saw-zall blades later… We perfected the dismantling of pallets so that we could use the whole Pallet and nothing but the whole pallet. We also learned which pallets not to use such as the Pallets marked MB for Methyl Bromide. A good rule of thumb is to not use any unstamped pallets as they may be poisonous. What you want to use are the ones marked HT(heat-treated)
The dimensions of the complete garden are roughly 35′ x 40′ x 35′ x 40′. The back wall is slightly reclined custom pallet seating for your viewing pleasure. The far wall and front wall are fence using existing pallets, and the near wall is made up of planters.
Pallet seating finished with stain and custom cushions
Candle holders lined with tin from a recycled feta cheese can. Fits 2.8 cm pillar candles. Limited sets available (60$ per set plus shipping). Made with 200-year-old reclaimed Trinity pine. We rescued the 4″x 12″ beams during a construction phase at the base of the historic Trinity Church Bell tower in lower Manhattan.
A bird house made from construction waste and tin from a feta cheese can. ($30 plus shipping)
Trinity Hall Table 002
Trinity Hall Table 002. Made from 200-year-old pine.
A Naturally weathered 200 year old beam from Trinity church. Finished with wax.
This leaning chalkboard bookcase is made out of waste from a kitchen demolition.