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Having a creative eye for turning the old into the new can be a fun way to spend your free time while saving you money.
Here at FindaSkip we are always thinking up new ways to recycle and reuse everyday waste items. This week we have been focusing on something we regularly find in our skips: wooden pallets.
You may think that there are limited options when recycling wooden pallets, however we have managed to find some inventive ideas to spice up your home and garden.
With Christmas fast approaching this wooden Christmas tree makes for a great outdoor decoration. Durable, festive, and most importantly, free! Great to decorate with the kids and will be usable year after year!
When summer eventually rolls around it’s nice to have somewhere to sit and enjoy the sunny weather (as brief as that may be!). Why pay hundreds of pounds for a new decking when you can create one yourself just by recycling wooden pallets. If you have limited room you can still get this look by skipping the decking and creating some decorative and durable patio furniture.
Another idea for the garden is this decorative shelving, perfect for brightening up the
garden with flowers. Even the least green fingered ofyou can adorn your garden just by recycling wooden pallets!
Recycling wooden pallets isn’t just great for the garden. There are also many options for inside your home.
For example they can be made into stylish, durable shelving, great for extra storage room or to be used as a spacious shoe rack. Wood used can be sanded down to remove any sharp edges and can be stained or painted to compliment your room.
If you have been inspired by any of these ideas let us know. We can find out if the your local skip companies have wooden pallets available to take for free.
If you have any waste left over or just need a skip you can come to FindaSkip for a competitive quote. Remember that all skip waste is sorted and as much of it is recycled as possible so you can be happy in the knowledge that you are still helping the environment.