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  1. Mira wrote:

    Yes it’s really the perfect accessory. I would love to have one from Louis Vuitton 😀

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    glamdevils

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  2. Love a good steamer trunk. I bought a beautiful brass one at Brimfield flea market last year. It acts as my coffee table right now.
    I would love some day to own one of those vintage Louis Vuitton ones. The are just so classic and cool. They are super pricey however.
    xo Quinn

    Quinn Cooper Style

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  3. Reptilia wrote:

    LOVE this LV trunk!! Great ideas, great decorations!

    http://www.justreptilia.com

    xx

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  4. I love them, actually I want one for my bedroom! xo, Alma
    http://www.soulofashopper.com

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  5. Paty wrote:

    I loved it!
    I’m posting looks from Los Angeles and accessories:

    http://www.thegavlaks.com

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  6. Great post. Keep up the fabulous work!

    http://www.goodbadandfab.com
    personal style and fashion musings of a LA fashion lawyer living life in the fab lane!

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  7. Rachelle wrote:

    great interiors.

    xo
    http://pinksole.com

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  8. The Fashion Fraction wrote:
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  9. Namrata wrote:

    Looks super cool, and vintage too!

    Namrata
    http://seasoncheck.blogspot.in

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  10. Love steamer trunks! I have one that I store clothes in and use as a coffee table! Dual use!
    xx
    http://thescreensiren.com

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  11. Domonique wrote:

    Such a nice alternative to a coffee table huh? Adore the Moroccan style print version!

    x

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  12. Denisa wrote:

    Nice inspiration. Have a great day.

    http://www.fashiondenis.com/

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  13. Stephanie wrote:

    All of those rooms are so incredibly gorgeous.

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  14. So much beautiful interior inspiration here! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  15. My grandfather had one from when he was in WW11 that I inherited when he died in 2005. It is exactly like the one 6 rows down on the right. I really ♥♥♥ it. It is the only thing I have of of him. I have lugged that trunk around since 2005 through six moves; pain in the butt but worth it. I will never get rid of it. It even still has the original diagram of how to pack it and fold the clothes per military standards and the original divider in it too. I would never have imagined it would have come en vogue! ツ

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  16. Nancy wrote:

    Even as a child, I remember my Aunts would go to flea markets and look for all sorts of trunks. I think they are timeless and always “in”.

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  17. I have one from 1913 in my bedroom!! Love the LV trunks!!

    xxx
    Naomi
    http://www.bonnieclydemarni.com

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  18. Maria wrote:

    Lovin the LV trunk!

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  19. I want a trunk so so badly!! These photos are making me want one even more!

    xoxo
    Juliette Laura
    juliettelaura.blogspot.com

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  20. I just love the functionality of being able to store stuff in a steamer trunk that complements your decor.
    Anne
    http://www.stagingworkstoronto.ca

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  21. Wendy R wrote:

    I have a couple of steamer trunks I have been lugging around with me for years. I love them but boy are they a pain to move! 😉

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  22. brooke wrote:

    no coincidence that so many of these trunks as furniture are louis vuitton! definitely a covetable piece for the home!

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  23. Ester wrote:

    Awesome! Please, check my blog~
    http://www.ourmoods.wordpress.com

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  24. Britte wrote:

    Bonjour, je tiens à vous remercier et féliciter pour ce Merveilleux Reportage. Je suis particulièrement, sensible aux Splendides Photos. Toutes mes Félicitations, également, aux Photographes Vi

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  25. maura wrote:

    Please tell me which flea market to visit to find a vintage Goyard or LV trunk. These suckers go for many thousands and the only place I have ever seen them is in online antique auctions. They are, of course, gorgeous, but hardly the kind of thing you’ve find stumbling around some local fm on a random Saturday morning. :/

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  26. Louise wrote:

    Wow, amazing! The trunks gives the place a kind of story, it’s really beautiful!!

    http://infatuationsbyelle.blogspot.com

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  27. STEL STYLE wrote:

    I like this home decor style! the first picture is really nice!!

    http://www.thestelstyle.com

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  28. Kate wrote:

    Loving this look for interiors. It’s such a vintage look that never comes across as ‘try too hard’.

    Kate

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  29. Alyx wrote:

    Trunk-riffic. I’m in love with this idea.

    Alyxtheprincess.blogspot.com

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  30. Zeyno wrote:

    Wow looks wonderful, i’ve been looking into purchasing one, some affordable ideas would be so helpful!

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  32. What an interesting array of steamer trunks! You did a great job incorporating them into your decor. Each trunk is quite interesting and has its own style. Thank you for posting them. I am certainly inspired and will check some of Montreal’s antique stores!

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  33. Wow it looks great!

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