Wooded Glow

Ronnie Martin from Substance Church in Ashland, Ohio brings us this Christmas stage design for their church plant.

The recently moved into a revitalized warehouse in the heart of the downtown.

This space was completely blank, but with a ton of character. So they crafted a basic stage, and then the “wall” made out of aged pallets. The pallets were individually broken down, and then placed in jig saw fashion into a pattern. The boards were each screwed into large sheets of heavy plywood. They were bolted into the stage with L brackets and then attached to the wall, midway up for additional security. The pallets were free, which kept costs down. The entire series of three walls cost $200.

Then they added some Christmas lights to give it a nice glow and some spirit.

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4 responses to Wooded Glow

  1. About how many pallets did it take to make all 4 of the sections? Thank you!

  2. About 93 and 1/2

  3. Did you stain or lacquer the wood?

  4. Are you saying that you used 93 complete pallets or 93 pieces of wood from the pallets?

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