• http://solar.calfinder.com/blog Taylen

    to me, that looks like it would make a nice patio chair…reminds me of the chairs my parents have around the firepit by the lake! :)

  • Chris

    I want it! I want to make these for friends as housewarming gifts. It’s spring already. Where can we get the plans or kits?

    • http://glueandglitter.com/ Becky Striepe

      Hey Chris! They’re not available yet, but I emailed the designer and asked him to let me know when they’re up for sale – I’ll post here, too, so folks can snag one!

  • Amysue

    This is so sweet! Way to solve a problem :)

  • Ritesh

    Way to go Shelton!

    I know Shelton and he is always conjuring up great ideas…order one once its up, you won’t be disappointed.

    • http://glueandglitter.com/ Becky Striepe

      Awesome! I can’t wait to see these in person.

  • http://www.designcannon.com Shelton

    Hey all, the Pallet Adirondack Chair (PAC) is being prepped for delivery. Website and more information is soon to follow…so get that sweet tea recipe ready for some DIY building and DIY relaxing.

    Yea, SPRING!


  • http://www.flippinfactory.wordpress.com Tumaini Rivera

    By creating this chair you’re probably aware that 8.8 million tons of furniture polluted our landfills in 2005!
    thanks for posting the possibilities

    Twitter: @flippinfactory

  • http://www.squidoo.com/smallsolarpanels Edgar Segal

    I’ve enjoyed reading through these types of blogs. Intriguing stuff! Solar energy has constantly been a fascination with me.

  • http://www.repurposedgoods.com Shelton Davis

    The Pallet Adirondack Chair Do-it-Yourself (PAC DIY) guide is done!

    The guide is $10 through RepurposedGoods.Com. The guides will be printed sealed and shipped to you as soon as I can get them in the mail box. Currently the site is still under construction so if you have any questions…please contact me through the internets.

    ***Wait…do you want it for FREE?****
    I am looking for a few good builders to be my “beta-testers”.
    I will ship you an amazing PAC DIY Guide free of charge in exchange for
    1. A promise to build the chair ASAP (and document your build if possible)
    2. A constructive critique on the design/guide/etc
    3. Pictures / Video of the final work (I will post your work everywhere I can with your permission….and give you props!!)
    4. Blog / Social Network about your experience, hopes, and dreams (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)

    If you can promise to help out on this DIY and make it better for the masses, we will get more PAC DIY’s out there (at bus stops, at parks, everywhere) and Repurposed Goods will be able to fund additional DIY builds, contests and other “let’s get stuff done!” projects.

  • http://www.etsy.com/listing/51475084/pallet-adirondack-chair-diy-guide Shelton Davis

    The PAC Adirondack Chair guide is AVAILABLE through ETSY….Limited first run people so they are hot off the presses!


  • http://www.growingherbsforbeginners.com Rhonda Daniels

    I love this chair! Practical, ruggedly beautiful, perfect for the garden AND recycled? A little sandpaper and what’s not to like?
    The Etsy link above no longer works, but I did find the guide at RepurposedGoods.com, so thank you!

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    Great blog you have here. Lots of websites like this cover subjects that arent found in magazines. I dont know how we got on 15 years ago with just magazines and newspapers.

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    I’ve enjoyed reading through these types of blogs. Intriguing stuff! Solar energy has constantly been a fascination with me.