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Furniture Inspired By Milk Crates By Jenny Drinkard

Fri, Jun 22, 2012 | Furniture | By Kate
 
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There are thousands of unusual materials for DIY: concrete, clay and paper, but milk crates? Milk crate is a great DIY material: it’s stackable, sturdy, easy to move around and to change it. Atlanta-based industrial designer Jenny Drinkard creates accessories of crates like shelves, drawers, connectors, wheels, legs, and protrusions for hanging stuff like corkboards and cable clips. Crates side tables, dressers and night stands – all these cool and comfortable in using things are made of milk creates. Drawers inside – and a perfect nightstand or a small bedside table is ready! Any modern space would look fine with that – white plastic is up to the time.

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