Let's talk about a subject near and dear to the hearts of many of you--vintage suitcases. We're already hooked and can't get enough of these intriguing pieces. They carry with them tales of yesteryear and bygone travel adventures. From our admittedly biased point of view, they add a historical feel, a sense of mystery and simply "belong" in any room. See what you think. We hope you enjoy these beautiful ways to decorate with vintage suitcases.
First Lady of the House (via)Stacked to the ceiling in the corner of a traditional living room, this is an enviable collection of vintage suitcases. A great conversation starter!
Eclectic Revisited (via)Vintage suitcases also work well in pale Swedish or French Country rooms. Don't they look wonderful next to the grouping of hatboxes beneath this antique work bench?
French Larkspur (via)Small pieces can also be used to great effect with other found objects and a bouquet fresh of flowers like this one casually arranged in a galvanized metal container.
Vintage Junky (via)Another fabulous stack of vintage suitcases reaching almost to the ceiling looks really stunning in this entry and hallway. Think of all the extra storage they provide. Good looking decorative element and great functionalityóa perfect pairing.
Decorology (via)A stylish display of luggage is an inspired choice to go with this "world traveler" vignette. Perhaps a bit more modern than many of the rooms we're looking at today, but definitely one of the living room ideas to remember.
A Beach Cottage (via)Regardless of which direction your bedroom design is going, vintage suitcases just might fit right in. White painted luggage makes a unique and functional bedside table in this eclectic bedroom.
SF Girl by Bay (via)This totally personal and unique collection of cases is as eclectic as its surroundings. Think of the fun someone had searching for and finding those vintage treasures.
Design Happens (via)And one last stack of vintage suitcases reminds us that the bedroom is always a great place to show off such a collection. And yes, they do seem to "belong" in this cozy and inviting room.
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