Repurposing Wooden Crates
Old wooden crates can be stacked to create custom etagere to fit any space you may have.
|Uniform crates can be hard to find in bulk but the end result is great.|
|Stacking square crates can make nice thin shelves.|
Don't have enough to stack? Then just mount your crates directly on the wall instead.
You can add legs to make benches, coffee tables, side tables, book cases and much more.
|This vintage Pepsi-Cola crate looks great with legs and a southwest motif cushion.|
|Use the existing dividers to separate your new bookshelf.|
|Vintage hairpin legs are available all over online.|
|I love the look of these metal pipe style legs and feet.|
|These yellow legs match the yellow of this Coca-Cola crate perfectly. Somewhere there is an old pair of legs for any crate.|
|Front or back it looks great either way.|
|Casters and an upholstered top turned this old crate into a great mobile toy chest.|
|Same thing for this shoe storage bench.|
Considering we have been dreaming of spring's arrival lately I'm going to wrap up this post with some green thoughts of spring. Old crates make phantastic planter boxes.