Courtesy of Susan Teare
hammer and a long skinny nails
drill and screws
paint, sealer and paintbrush
a flat-bottom vintage suitcase or trunk — square or rectangle
salvaged/vintage spindles for the legs
piece of plywood to use as a base, approximately 2/3" smaller than the suitcase
salvaged piece of trim a little more than enough to wrap and the suitcase
L brackets (8)
Make the base for the legs to attach to and the suitcase to sit upon. Measure suitcase and then cut piece of plywood slightly smaller (about 2/3") than the suitcase.
Place legs/spindles at the four corners of the plywood and place two L brackets on each leg, then screw them into place.
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