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My latest pallet project involved our pool.
We were lucky enough to find a ladder for our pool with steps on the inside at a garage sale in our town. I was super excited and it was a fantastic deal.
The only downfall was the movement of the ladder when someone entered the pool. It would move inward each time someone would enter the pool. That’s not a huge deal, but if everyone is in the pool, it made it difficult to get out.
Plus, my hubby suffered a stroke a month ago which makes climbing a ladder out of the question.
So, what’s a girl to do.
I built the steps high enough to allow the inside steps to be attached to the top of the outside steps.
I had to cut my own stringers because Home Depot doesn’t carry a 7 step stringer. Bummer!
Some of our floats and our beach ball fit neatly underneath. Who doesn’t love storage?
I attached a pallet to the side of the steps for added noodle and tool storage.
We love our noodles.
Are you loving the new stairs and storage?
I’m hoping to add a railings and stain the stairs sometime this week. That is if I can keep the kids out of the pool of course.
As soon as the railings are up, I’m hoping to convince my hubby to take a swim. It’ll do him some good.
Update: How to I Built My Pallet Steps
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