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I’m all about the pallet-furnitures at the moment. This is part of a pallet-lounge-area we are building. It’s going in front of the ice-cream-and-coffee-circus.


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    Magda April 23, 2014

    I love this idea a lot. Your pallet – lounge – area will be georgeos!
    Best greatings

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      Brinja April 24, 2014

      sure hope so :) thank you. b

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    Sandy April 23, 2014

    You have a very handy man! I have a handy man too, who can make everything with his hands. It’s so attractive, don’t you think?

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      Brinja April 24, 2014

      I do have a very handy man. I love that :) …but this part was my work :)

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    Christina April 23, 2014

    Fedt. Det bliver spændende med jeres nye eventyr. Mine kolleger lavede et projekt med eleverne, hvor de lavede pallemøbler til skolens opholdrum. Måske kan det inspirere: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.706867305994045.1073741891.197581313589316&type=3

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      Brinja April 24, 2014

      Ihh, hvor er det bare nogle fine ting de har lavet! tusind tak for linket :)

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    Manja Hansen April 23, 2014

    Very nice! :-)

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    sara April 24, 2014

    SO cool

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    Pjèr April 24, 2014

    Great idea!
    down here used scaffolding wood is much used for such projects (both in & outside) .
    Industrial minimalistic etc.
    So much, that it’s an industry by now, the planks are more difficult to find, and it’s getting almost too expensive.

    But these might give you an idea…


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      Brinja April 24, 2014

      The whole recycle-idea kind of loses it’s point if the wood gets too expensive… Thank you for the link. I look forward to a closer look. :)

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    Celena April 24, 2014

    That is a great idea! You and Michael are very clever!

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      Brinja April 24, 2014


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    I love polka dots April 24, 2014

    What a cool idea!

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    Valerie April 24, 2014

    Pretty cool idea! And I’m really impressed by what you’ve done with the circus van. Bravo !

    • Reply
      Brinja April 24, 2014

      I am really happy with the circus van so far. Glad you like it too :)

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    Sandra April 25, 2014

    every time I take a look on your blog I think it´s incredible how quick everything proceeds you do and how fun your circus-ice-cream-studio-coffee project must be. Good luck with everything!

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      Brinja April 28, 2014

      Thank you :) we are moving really fast. but sometimes I don’t even see it because we still have a long way to go. When I look at pictures from ‘last week’ I get SO SURPRISED with how things have changed and that is a good feeling :) have a good day Sandra

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    Mathilde May 2, 2014

    Tak for inspirationen. Jeg viste det til gemalen herhjemme (der er på barsel), og dagen efter stod der en i min have! Så cool ide!

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      Brinja May 3, 2014

      Fantastisk :)

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    Hans August 19, 2014

    Jeg er helt vild med ting bygget af gamle paller. Måske fordi jeg har et par hundrede stykker stående.. (så hvis nogen mangler så sig endelig til). Tror det ville pynte lidt på dem med engang malling, men det kan være det kommer i et andet blog indlæg :-)

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