Pallets generate ideas and cover practical needs. The result is nice and useful especially when you protect such nice flowers.
I created the fence parts by using whole pallets, removing the two bottom rows and the half back (seen them vertically).
Keeping the three upper rows and the "legs" I pacted them in the ground, connecting one next to the other. You see the details in the next steps.
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Step 1: Connectors
Connecting a set with the next, a bigger log was used in a cut of 45 degrees angle supporting the half pallet sufficiently and simultaneously adding a "note" in the monotonous rail.
Step 2: Incorporating Trees
Trees should be included in the plan, so a deviation was designed in a lower height using the log connectors at the corners in the same style, (cut in a 45 degrees angle).
Seen from different angles it looks complicated, well assembled and attractive.
I hope this project generates more designs and ways of using pallet wood to the viewers.
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