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    old chicken crate

    would love to make this from an old chicken crate

    homespun living: a repurposed chicken crate now a coffee table

    Crates (sold at Michaels), stained and nailed together to make a coffee table

    My coffee table made out of an old chicken crate.

    Top 38 Astonishing DIY Vintage Decor Ideas To Get You Inspired This has got to be the most astonishing use for a chicken pen! got to do it!

    Old Weathered Wood Chicken Crate...repurposed into a storage shelf & stuffed with old quilts.

    love the chicken crate table!

    This is an old chicken crate that I found at an antique store. I cleaned it and stained it. Then put legs and glass on it to make a cute coffee table. I put a few fake moss and succulents in for a warm look.

    Finished DIY wooden storage crate with pillows and blankets inside

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    Love crates as a side table. She did a lovely job with hers ! (from The Cozy Old Farmhouse)

    Wood corbels to hold potted herbs

    An old chicken coop, four casters, and a sheet of glass come together as a fun coffee table for any living room with a flea market vibe:

    Vintage Crates as side tables-spare bedroom side table

    Minimal beautiful

    DIY Wall Art. I would love to make something like this and use it as a headboard over our bed! I would make it big enough to be used with our king bed, add an under-piece that would go behind the bed, with a shelf dividing the two (small, useful for holding eye glasses, etc). It would also be cool to fit it with hidden light ropes on the sides and maybe top, to be used as night lights!

    Stenciling just one wall behind vanity

    More tobacco baskets...

    Just got one off of craigslist. Going to make this this weekend. chicken crate coffee table with wood top and casters

    Hilla Samia combines cast aluminum and wood to make these stunning hybrid designs. Aluminum seeps into every crevice, highlighting imperfections in the wood. I find the charred wood (from hot metal touching its surface) the most beautiful detail. via { designvagabond }