These are a work of art. How do I show them off.
How can I display these industrial-style drawers w/o damaging them?
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I have the same cases which I will de doing up and using as a bed side table. Something like this. Not my image.
Hmm. I'm afraid stacking them will start the crush the bottom one. They are not light.
Cut some 1/2" thick plywood the size of the largest one. Paint the plywood dark brown. Place the panels in between the cases for support. This will prevent any crushing when stacked.
If your husband is handy, have him build a shelf so the suitcases can be inserted into individual slots. Like a dresser, but different...
Thank you ladies. I do think I'm going to look into building something similar to nested tables.