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  • Charlotte Vitse

    Here we have another lovely magazine rack. This one is made from an old wooden crate with a nice vintage look. The crate can be stained if you want to give it a fresh look. Then you just have to attach the wheels to the base of the crate and there you have it: a mobile magazine rack.{found on lovevly}.

  • Brenda Hess

    Could make from pallets: The site’s in dutch, which makes reading the instructions for making this magazine holder pretty impossible. But fortunately pictures say just as much as words could: Step 1: Find lovely old vintage wooden crate. Step 2: Attach wheels (preferably the locking kind) to base. I may just have to make this one. FacebookTwitterPinterestE-mail function essb_window1780165778(oUrl,Read more

  • J Brown

    vintage crate projects | Step 1: Find lovely old vintage wooden crate.

  • Mary Lee Sonke

    Good idea for using the fruit crates that are rotten on the bottom!

  • Susan Jennings

    crate---check out the crate board at decor steals

  • Megan Hinds

    Would be great for magazine storage!

  • Anna Timmer

    20 DIY Magazine Rack Projects -- I actually have an old crate I can do this with.

  • Liz Fulghum

    Fantastic wooden crate storage for magazines (or maybe records?!)

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