Set your cups out in the pattern and place the crates out evenly.
Coat the crates in Danish Oil and apply wood glue to attach the crates together.
Screw in the Lazy Susan hardware, drill the crates together, and use a super glue to hang the mirror.
Screw the legs into holes drilled in the corner of the crate and use a glue gun to adhere fabric.
Decoupage the inside of the crate with decorative paper, and screw in the hairpin legs.
Begin by painting the crates with your choice of color, then screw in a small metal door.
Sand down the crate, brush on with decor paint, and distress by wiping with a wash cloth.
Mix chalk paint with regular acrylic paint for a rustic look, then screw on the caster wheels.
Attach your castor wheels to the stair tread and apply wood to the bottom of each crate.
Measure the height of the chair you want the ottoman to go under, and remove the excess wood using a saw.
Saw each crate in half, sand down, and drill 2 holes on each side to pull the rope through.
Saw individual pieces of wood through the center and hammer in 30mm nails.
Staple ¼” plywood on the bottom of a simple drawer frame and paint white.