Wine Crate Up Cycle & Recycle With Wheels

Check this out! We added wheels & handles to a couple wine crates & wah'la we have Frug-Elegant Organizers! Up Cycling & Recycling Wine Crates with wheels is so easy to do!
We purchased 8 wheels & 2 drawer pull handles which can be found at any local hardware store.
Easy to add handles & wheels- Do see how full blog post for tips, more instructions & pictures.
Perfect for pantry storage & organizing, wheeled storage boxes are great for quick access & not forgetting about things in the back.
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We LOVE wine crates! For another awesome wine crate project come see our Wine Crate Home Office Printer Stand & Storage. Come see how it came out..

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Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!


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3 questions
  • Cheryl Robinson
    on Dec 31, 2016

    Love the idea. Where would you get wine crates from though?

    • FrugElegance
      on Jan 2, 2017

      We get ours from buying wine direct from wineries and many ship in wood wine crates. But you can check local with all places that get wine shipped- restaurants, costco, liquor stores, etc. Some of these locations get so many they just toss them. Restaurants area also great for free corks too ;-)

  • Billie
    on Jan 1, 2017

    In the shelf above this crates, there is can storage. It looks like you put the can into the top and it rolls down, allowing the older items to move to the front and the newer items to stay to the back. Where did you get this?

  • Debbie Olson
    on May 16, 2017

    Where do I locate the wooden boxes! How costly are they
    • FrugElegance
      on May 16, 2017

      Hi Debbie, The link to the original blog post is above goes a bit into some online examples & options. The prices can vary but they can also be free if buying wine - many wineries ship the wine in the wood wine boxes. Those are the ones we are using. Hope our links point you in the right direction. Let us know how it goes ;-)

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