How-to: Vintage Luggage Table
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- Painter's tape
- chalk paint
- paint brushes
- primer (if needed)
Use painter’s tape to tape off the suitcases’ hardware and handles.
Paint each suitcase a different color, using chalk paint for a matte look. (If the suitcases are fabric or plastic, as ours were, prime them first so the paint sticks.) Let dry, then stack them.
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