Back Yard Chicken Coop with roof garden, no reason why you can't use pallets for this project. C A U T I O N: use heat treated pallets and not chemical treated ones as the chemicals do leach out and can cause problems for animals, birds and your chickens.
How To: Make Your Own Restoration Hardware-Inspired Pipe Shelving
After spotting some reclaimed wood shelves at Restoration Hardware (with a starting price of $195 each -- ouch), Greg and Ashley decided to make their own version, perfectly sized for a tiny half-bath. Armed with some 2x10" pine, a few galvanized pipes, wood stain, and a can of textured spray paint, they set to work creating their own rustic-meets-modern shelves... and the outcome? Totally impressive: Check out how they did it over on their blog 7th House on the Left!
If you're in a rental apartment, the last thing you want to do is pay a lot of money to make it livable. Perhaps the only thing worse is pissing off your roommate(s) while you're having loud — ahem — relations, or blasting Gregorian chants from your bedroom on Sunday mornings. Which means you need to find an easy, reversible and affordable solution for privacy, while respecting thy neighbors.