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This is a pretty sweet idea. Paint canvas the color you want your stencil design to be then spray an adhesive to the stencil and place it on the canvas. Now spray the entire canvas. Remove stencil and you're done.

Love the drake crate look on lighter walls. Not as sure about the style of bracket. 25 DIYs for Your Rustic Home

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actually boxes, this and larger, from wood to make for storage etc. The House of Smiths - Home DIY Blog - Interior Decorating Blog - Decorating on a Budget Blog

DIY drawer to hold spices or whatever other fun items you can think of. Cute.

Buy the crates from Michaels or hobby lobby with coupons and then stain them with a dark wood stain. Stack them randomly and use for a wall of shelves.

As I was walking through Walmart the other day, which rarely happens so I decided to check out the entire store. I actually found a few treasures like mums, pumpkins, & a wooden crate. The wooden crate for some reason was calling my name so I through the $8 surprisingly really well built crate in …

I love the idea of using crates made from reclaimed wood to keep things like throw pillows, cushions or blankets easily available but organized. Only two challenges: (1) where to find them (or how to make them) and (2) making sure they're totally sanded down everywhere to avoid splinters from injuring anyone or catching on the threads/fabrics of the items contained in the crates.