14 Wooden Crates Furniture Design Ideas

Create your own wooden crates furniture.
It is hard to go by wood crates without emotions. This is one of the most wanted, home decor material which you can build your own furniture with. From new and natural to vintage, rustic ones. Painted in any color, with or without logotypes. If you decided to use them in your new D.I.Y. project at home, you’ll find a big range of inspirations on the web.

All kinds of furniture can be made out of wood crates. The most popular are kitchen shelves, bookcases, stools and even beds. People tend to choose those vintage wine crates, although they are not that easy to get. After getting crates, either they’re old or new, it is up to you what style you turn them into because besides the fact, they are really decorative, they are functional too.

Having searched the web after the most appropriate for us, we decided to make a compilation of photos for you. Hope you will feel inspired too!
 Wooden Crates Furniture Design Ideas Fruit Crate Shoe Bench Collage

Fruit Crate Shoe Bench. Create a remarkable sit that will impress your guests.

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Wine Crate Coffee Table. Build an awesome, creative piece of furniture.

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3 thoughts on “14 Wooden Crates Furniture Design Ideas

  1. Jo Parker says:

    I love this and am really inspired and on the hunt for boxes. They aren’t cheap but I love the effect and versatility. Thank you!

  2. L A Graham says:

    These items are a far cry from what we had for fruit crates when I was a child. We were a struggling family that moved from town to town with construction jobs, so having a lot of furniture wasn’t an option during the years before my dad bought a mobile home. I can remember him making chairs from fruit crates by removing one end and reinserting it at seat height and then cutting the sides of the crates down to the top of that “seat.” A wooden spool discarded by telephone linesmen – the big ones that held many yards of cable/wire – became our dining table. The photos posted here not only are bringing flashbacks to the late ’40s and early ’50s but also inspiring me to consider a few projects.

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