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Not only functional but it brings the trunk up to end table height.

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DIY Vintage Suitcase Table

Turn an old vintage suitcase into a table! For more furniture projects, visit my website! DIY vintage suitcase table Supplies I found this beautiful luggage case on a Facebook yardsale site for $10! Buy some plywood and trace the bottom of the suitcase so the plywood will slip right in. It helps to have a handy dandy tool man dad who can make the cut for you. Paint the table legs and the plywood in whatever color you want. I painted them in Annie Sloan's Napoleonic Blue and t…

A custom coffee table made of a vintage suitcase is a great way to make a fun statement and show off your DIY skills.

How to Make a Suitcase Coffee Table

A custom coffee table made of a vintage suitcase is a great way to make a fun statement and show off your DIY skills.

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Fabulous homemade nightstand using an old crate, vintage suitcase... love this.

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Fabulous homemade nightstand using an old crate, vintage suitcase... love this.

Sarah M. Dorsey Designs is back to show how to make a simple metal base for a table - using aluminum strips and rivets. This would be perfect to make a trunk or chest a little higher or if you have a top and need a simple base. For the past month or so I've been using my campaign chest as an end table in my living room. I loved the idea of it as a nightstand, but I prefer my nightstand about level with the mattress. Inspired by Pottery Barn's Ludlow Trunk, adding a simple metal base, ...

Pottery Barn Ludlow Trunk Knock-Off - Infarrantly Creative

Sarah M. Dorsey Designs is back to show how to make a simple metal base for a table - using aluminum strips and rivets. This would be perfect to make a trunk or chest a little higher or if you have a top and need a simple base. For the past month or so I've been using my campaign chest as an end table in my living room. I loved the idea of it as a nightstand, but I prefer my nightstand about level with the mattress. Inspired by Pottery Barn's Ludlow Trunk, adding a simple metal base, made it…