You may have noticed that pallet furniture has taken over Pinterest lately. DIY pallet projects are popular because they take advantage of free or inexpensive materials, they’re environmentally friendly, and they typically don’t require much in the way of woodworking skills.
This is a brilliant DIY project! Many of us have children and stumble over their bikes in our garages. Without a doubt this is a great solution to that problem.
You can paint your bike rack or leave it in it’s natural state. I saw one painted a royal blue and thought it looked really cool…I mean a little bit of color goes a long way, right?
I’m pretty excited to share the tutorial (attached below) for this bike rack with you today. This project came out of necessity. As in, I needed it or I would I was going to lose my mind. For all of you parents out there, I’m sure you can relate to the seemingly constant pile of bicycles and scooters.
I have three grandchildren who come stay with me in the summer, but I swear it feels like I have ten with the bikes, the scooters, the skateboards, etc.
If they lay their bikes on top of each other, the pedals get tangled in the spokes, helmets always get lost, you can’t walk through the garage, I could go on and on. I decided enough was enough and found this tutorial for a bike rack that would also hold their scooters and added some hooks for their helmets!
Watch how Tim Shaw makes this great bike rack in his step by step tutorial!