A little walkway out of pallet boards

Landscape ideas 16 hours ago
This quick little project really couldn't be easier! Reclaimed pallet boards were used to create a new walkway through a flower bed. The planks make it an absolute dream to weed by simply lifting the applicable board, and are just high enough to clear any water run off. And yes, they are staying in place and have shown no rot in over 3 years thus far.
#Recycle
#CurbAppeal
Time: 1 Day Difficulty: Easy
  • Placing the planks in a slight curve as well
Placing the planks in a slight curve as well as random alignment made for a slightly more interesting take.
  • Decide where you desire your pathway to go, a
Decide where you desire your pathway to go, and make it happen! This was after a few shrubs were pulled out and new topsoil was placed.
  • Here's a picture from year #2. It held up as
Here's a picture from year #2. It held up as if it's still brand new!
  • Here is the very full before!
Here is the very full before!
  • Here's another pallet walkway I came up with:
Here's another pallet walkway I came up with: at http://www.hometalk.com/1776840/cheating-wit...

To see more: http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/2012/07/pallet-wood-walkway-all-prettied-up.html

  • David Peterson
    These images & ideas are great, very inspiring. Thank you -

    Build pallet - http://tedswoodworkingprojectplans.blogspot....

  • DORLIS
    DORLIS Silex, MO
    Very pretty, but as a senior, I have a worry about wet boards, they are slippery.
  • Sabanner
    sabanner Chesterfield, MO
    My boards keep moving when it rains. But my boards aren't as close together as yours. Could that be the problem? Plus, my boards keep warping. Thinking of puttung deck stain on them. I really want to make this sidewalk work for me. Any thoughts?
  • Zeebo
    zeebo Hugo, MN
    It turned out very attractive - I would not have pictured pallet boards making that nice path. The rocks and landscaping give it the right touch and it looks a heckuva lot better than cement!
  • Sheila
    Sheila Chehalis, WA
    looks good..may have to try this path
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