Pallets in the GardenPallet Sheds, Cabins, Huts & PlayhousesStylish Pallet Trash/Recycling Bin Shed – Cache Poubelle

gravatar

by Cédric

Stylish Pallet Trash/Recycling Bin Shed – Cache Poubelle

  • 10 pallets

  • medium

  • 95h

  • $40

This Stylish Pallet Trash/Recycling Bin Shed – Cache Poubelle took me about 95 hours to make. I used around 100 deck boards to complete it.

Pallet Trash/Recycling Bin Shed – Framing it out:

First, cut six 2×2” boards to length for your wall, center and corner supports. You’ll have to adjust the height for your type of recycling bins or trash cans, as shown in the photos below. Next, install deck boards horizontally, spacing however much you like to create the side walls. Be careful to only cover 1” of the post so the back wall board will have a place to mount! Do the same for the back wall after the sides are complete. Install a 1×4” board across the three posts in front and repeat for the three posts in back. Secure the boards in place with outdoor-grade fasteners. Next, use 3 more 1×4” boards to secure the front wall to the back wall, mounting the boards either as a butt-joint or a mitered joint. Secure in place with more fasteners.

Stylish Pallet Trash/Recycling Bin Shed – the doors:

Start by cutting deck boards down to a 1×2” width. Next, measure the space for your doors, and remove approximately ¼”so that your doors will swing freely when you open them. Again, either miter-joint or butt-joint the frames together. You can reinforce the door frames by using a pocket hole jig or adding biscuits as well. When the doors are framed out, begin installing the deck boards to the inside of the doors. You can do a chevron pattern or not – it’s up to you. Install the finished doors to the frames with sturdy hinges. Barrel latches will hold the doors closed (or use locking latches if you live in an area with animals that get into the trash). Install a sturdy handle on each door.

Stylish Pallet Trash/Recycling Bin Shed – the lids:

The lids are optional, but a very nice, handy addition. If you want the lids flat, that’s fine. If you want them to have a slope, cut your side pieces to whatever angle you want. You may want to use a sturdy 2×4” or even a 4×4” post as your back section for a strong, secure hinge point. Build your frame, cover it with deck boards and mount it with long, sturdy gate hinges. Add two handles for convenience, and you’ve got a fantastic top for your trash shed. Stain it or paint it any way you want!

Je l’ai fait avec des dessus de palettes une centaines environs est six chevron de 1m30 ce n’est pas très compliqué ci vous été bricoleur il m’a fallut 95heures de travaille

Stylish Pallet Trash/Recycling Bin Shed – Cache Poubelle Pallet Boxes & Chests Pallet Sheds, Cabins, Huts & Playhouses
Stylish Pallet Trash/Recycling Bin Shed – Cache Poubelle Pallet Boxes & Chests Pallet Sheds, Cabins, Huts & Playhouses
Stylish Pallet Trash/Recycling Bin Shed – Cache Poubelle Pallet Boxes & Chests Pallet Sheds, Cabins, Huts & Playhouses
Stylish Pallet Trash/Recycling Bin Shed – Cache Poubelle Pallet Boxes & Chests Pallet Sheds, Cabins, Huts & Playhouses


Stylish Pallet Trash/Recycling Bin Shed – Cache Poubelle Pallet Boxes & Chests Pallet Sheds, Cabins, Huts & Playhouses

Resources for this project:

0 0 vote
Article Rating
guest
5 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Stacey Storrie
Stacey Storrie

Graham Storrie get on it 😂

IDPalettes

Beau travail!

Lee Sean Anderson
Lee Sean Anderson

howdo I get the plans for this plz

1001 Pallets
1001 Pallets

Hi Lee Sean, We don’t have the plan, but the post is pretty well-detailed to gives you the main steps to made one by yourself.

Ryan
Ryan
Reply to  1001 Pallets

How are the back corers held together, are they 2x2s as well or 2x4s

Latest Classified Ads

shares
Scroll to Top