I personally like to paint mine to blend in with the surroundings so they don’t draw attention.
I’ve got a stencil I cut that I use on mine to give a bit of camouflage as well as the base colours being similar to the environment.I have been considering painting some of mine in a DPM or MTP camouflage pattern if they're in an out apiary. My daughter wants to paint something more creative on the ones at home though.
I thought it might be fun to paint cartoon characters on the sides in such a way that they join up sensibly when one box is stacked on another, there being no guarantee that once in use the boxes will end up with the same character on all of them, obviously No, I don't have too much time on my hands, but my imagination sometimes does...
I’ve got a stencil I cut that I use on mine to give a bit of camouflage as well as the base colours being similar to the environment.
I seem to remember something like that. Perhaps it's what inspired the idea.James, there used to be children's books, each page with a drawing of eg a sailor or a dancer, the pages cut into 3 horizontally so that you could turn each flap separately so that the dancer would end up with eg hairy legs and builder's boots (ho ho). So your lifts wd work like that. Endless hours of fun!