Don’t you love when you get those lucky DIY breaks? You know… a friend or family member calls and asks if you’d like a “piece of junk” they want to get rid of. That was the case with this weathered wood tray made by Jamie from Anderson + Grant. Jamie was happy to oblige when her mom asked if she wanted a a bottom-less crate that most would toss in the trash. Jamie cut it apart and attached hardware cloth to create a Dutch Tulip crate like the ones that Joanna Gaines from Fixer Upper uses in her designs and sells in the Magnolia Market. I love it!
Jamie was inspired by the Dutch Tulip Crate from Magnolia Market.
Check out the complete transformation at Anderson + Grant.