Delivery pallets: I once made a student bed out of some but never got as adventurous as the Pallet House...
...seen below with my friend Holly. It was at last weekend's Start London, a new eco event at Clarence House, London (rather disappointing apart from this and one other highlight - a swish and sexy garden that managed to be edible by Urquhart and Hunt - more of which later).
At Start, the Pallet House was also filled with green interior design, see below, by an editor at Wallpaper* magazine. Nice.
In a bit of a pallet coincidence, the same day I also went to the wonderful Deptford Project's Silent Cinema event in the yard out the back of their sweet, southeast London cafe/bar, housed in a whitewashed, stylishly furnished railway carriage (see some lovely photos of it over at Dezeen).
Quite apart from the brilliance of the film menu (Saturday night was part of an 80s three-dayer - Heathers, Ferris Bueller's Day Off and, our pick, The Breakfast Club: "five total strangers, a brain, a beauty, a jock, a rebel and a recluse. Before the day was over they broke the rules, bared their souls and touched each other in a way they never dreamed possible". Hilariously brilliant retro heaven) there was amazing food at the barbecue, the previously mentioned coat hanger display and this super stylish impromptu screening area, above, complete with ingeniously designed furniture, by Jail Make, and colourful hand-made cushions, by Crafty Bitches – both companies operate from the arches at Deptford.