A few months ago I saw a magazine with an intriguing picture of a wall. A wall you might think? Well the fascinating thing about the wall was what was attached to it. Okay shelves, but not normal shelves. The shelves were suitcases that were sort of sticking out of the wall. It was such a stunning thing to see.
The suitcases were gorgeous discarded vintage suitcases and the shelves are designed and made by Ki Nassauer.
Photo © Ki Nassauer
Ki is a well known name in the world of vintage and has made a career out of junk. She runs two magazines, Flea Market Style and Flea Market Style Weddings.
And the best thing is that you can make these shelves yourself. Here you can find a tutorial on how to make these Vintage Suitcase Shelves. Thanks to Ki Nassauer for this great idea.
Design by Ki Nassauer | Tutorial
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