6 More Ways to Repurpose Vintage Suitcases
On Thursday, I’ll be saying goodbye to San Diego and aloha to Hawaii, and with this inspiration, I’ve rounded up more ideas on how you can repurpose vintage suitcases into new treasures. Enjoy — and I’ll see you on the other side of the Pacific next week!
This is the BEST repurposed suitcase idea I have ever seen. Yes, you are looking at a bass made out of a vintage suitcase by Daniyel. And the best part is that this crafty musician has posted step-by-step DIY instructions on his blog.
Use your vintage suitcase as a planter tray for your indoor specimens, as seen via Junk Warehouse Online
I’ve blogged about suitcase tables before, but I love what lovenostalgicwhimsy has done with creating an entire set of luggage coffee and end tables with their color-coordinated legs. Charming!
I once hoarded half a dozen vintage suitcases in the hopes of stacking two columns of three to four suitcases and then topping it with a glass piece or antique French door to turn into a desk. Alas, I sold all of my vintage suitcases during my last move, but here is a modern creation made of leather briefcases from the talented Maarten De Ceulaear, who you may know for the pile of suitcase armoires.
From the uber-creative JunkTion comes a great piece of repurposed furniture – a sofa made from an old vintage trunk. It’s like the human version of the repurposed luggage pet bed that has been quite popular in the blogosphere.
A vintage suitcase gets a new life as an ambient light by Jo-Annie Larue – what a clever idea!