I’m not a particular fan of this type of construction, as it is’nt very hygienic, but I understand that they can be very useful in certain circumstances, such as camping grounds, cottages or improvised music festivals. Next I explain you in more detail the construction.
All the cabin walls and floor have been built using pallets, using always whole pallets if it’s possible.
The inside only hosts a seat with a toilet lid, under it we’ll place directly a plastic bucket, as simple as that. An improved and more hygienic version of this system would be yo build a septic tank and connect it to the toilet using a siphon.
The roof structure has been build with larger planks acquired in a carpenter store, is a classic pitched roof of 2 waters. Over this structure we’ll place 2 plastic panels.
Finally we’ll close all the pallets with more recycled wooden planks, and we’ll also place a door on the front built with the same planks.
Here you can appreciate the detail of the exterior access to the plastic bucket.
One of the walls has remained unclosed and some pots with plants have been placed.
And finally this is the end result inside the bathroom.
Source: Palettes du coeur