Make a bed frame for free out of salvaged milk crates! Blog post tutorial! I would put the crates on their sides for shelving, and spray paint them white.
Bathroom Shelving Made From Crates and Brackets- 1st floor half?
Bright painted crate shelves - (no instructions but very doable - attached together and to the wall, then painted
Stylish crates Add drawer pulls to inexpensive wooden crates to make them easier to pull out from shelves.
I'd love to have this space! The Little Craft Store
shelving made from pallets. I want to do this for my daughters room. Her current TV stand is an old crate turned on its side with shelves added for storage, but it takes up a lot of floor space. This would be so much better. Add cute baskets for storage.
vintage soda crates and wire baskets make the best shelving!
This would look nice by the fridge. Love the texture on the wall!
Crate shelves--the girl who bought our old house did this in the living room. I love it!
Vintage Crates Turned Shelves - but what I really like are the cutting boards and vintage tea kettles
Love the color inside of the crates! And not to mention the item that is mounted inside the crate, it makes it more than just a shelf.
Craft Crate Built-in Shelving-for our "mud area"...cheaper then the built in's I want and can be taken down later if need be. Genius.
Painted wooden crates for camping. Upright for travel to keep items secure sideways on tent trailer counter for dishes, cookware etc when at the site. Would be so much cuter than plastic bins or canvas hangers.
Old crate with shelves for wall storage - part of a funky wall cabinet gallery reveal via : www.funkyjunkinte...
Shelving shipping crates painted pastel and hung on wall as shelving for shoes by front door.. great idea for yarn organization or kids toys
Extra storage and shelving on dressers, "To get the seamless look, paint the crates to match your child’s dresser. Then remove the dresser drawers and drill holes from the inside that line up with the four corners of the crate’s side. Secure each crate with nuts and bolts. Be sure to position crates in a way to avoid unbalanced weight -- especially if the dresser is light and tippable."