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  • ERIN STEPPE

    DIY Vintage Chic: Vintage Wine Crate Coffee Table. absolutely LOVE this! apparently you can get the crates at any craft store!

  • Peggy Adams

    DIY Vintage Chic: Vintage Wine Crate Coffee Table. BONUS! Love this idea, it's supposed to look distressed (Noah, do your worst), and I already have 3 of these crates and dont know what to do with them!

  • Kristen Harpster

    Wine Crate Coffe Table

  • Jenny Fulkerson

    Vintage wine crate table You can buy these crates at any craft store.

  • Jimena Delgado

    DIY Vintage Chic: Vintage Wine Crate Coffee Table (wooden crates from Michaels!)

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