• http://www.inquisitiverobin.com Robin

    Hello splinters!!! That sure doesn’t look very comfortable – but I do love adirondack chairs.

  • http://strawberryhedgehog.com Tracy

    I love this idea!! Now if it could be made with some sort of shade. Lack of seating isn’t much of a problem here in Phoenix but lack of shade at bus stops is a killer.

    • Becky Striepe

      Oooh that’s a great idea! Lack of shade is a problem at bus stops here, too. Maybe we need a Pallet Shelter Kit?

  • William

    On one hand… “cool”.
    I’m currently stripping pallets to get the wood for a few of these chairs on the small plot I rent to grow food on.

    On the other hand… “not cool”.
    The people who need public seating more than anyone else are the elderly and infirm. They need somewhere to sit while waiting for public transport or simply to rest between stints of walking. Low-seat chairs like these are no use at all to people like that who would have a hard time sitting down and an even harder time getting back up. If you’re genuinely doing this for the public good and not just for giggles – make a more universally usable chair than an Adirondack.

    I also wonder how long these things lasted before the city carted them off to landfill.
    It made for a good video though.

    • http://glueandglitter.com Becky Striepe

      Interesting point, William! I wonder what a pallet bench that suits those purposes would look like. If you work on one, definitely keep us posted!