Antique apple crates turned into expressive wall art

In this video, Paul Jackman turns some antique apple crates into impressive wall shelves.

These wall crates were built to hold little knickknacks on the wall with a cool rustic display. They were built by reclaiming some wood from some 50-year-old apple bins that had been decommissioned at an apple orchard in Massachusettes that a viewer of Paul's runs.

You can find more great projects and techniques from Paul Jackman at his website.

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Paul Jackman: Hey guys, thank you for watching. This built was part of the series of projects made for the Rhode Island home show so you'll see a few more of those projects coming up soon. These wall crates were built from some old apple bins that actually came from a viewer of mine. He's got an apple orchard up in Massachusetts. Those things have been used for a good 40, 50 years, so it was really cool to give them a second use.