Vintage Milk Crate Stool

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I was using this old crate for storage...


Silly me... 
A board cut to size, some batting, and a pretty dish towel...
turned this old crate into a stylish footstool.



It was a quick and easy project that created
 a quick seat or a place to put your feet up.




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12 comments

  1. Super cute! Storage and a footstool, gotta love it!
    Jane

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  2. We must think alike. I had one of these about 6 years ago and did the same thing, except mine had dividers in it. When we bought new furniture, I didn't have room for it. :( I kind of miss it now.

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  3. Dear Susan,
    the Chair is wonderful. I'm looking for such a box made of wire long.

    Love greetings,
    Simone

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  4. So adorable! Love the fabric you used!

    Jeanine

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  5. I should just make a pin board titled Susan's Stuff.

    Bliss

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  6. Adorable, so practical and so easy!! Perfect.

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  7. Amazing, such a great idea!! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  8. What a great idea...so cute too!!
    ~Cindy

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  9. I just found your blog (great job) and I am enjoying myself so much looking at all the ideas, I was at Down to Earth Style and that's how I found you thanks so much for the inspiration.

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  10. I love it! Functional and a qtpie to boot!:)

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  11. how fun! especially the easy peasy dish towel!

    gail

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  12. I love this idea! I have one of those crates - for now it holds my firewood...but this is a great idea.

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