At Canonbury Antiques we carry a large range of steamer trunk luggage trunks of various sizes, colours and materials. The most popular material is of course leather to give these that classic vintage look.
Interior designers love these steamer trunk luggage trunks as they look great dotted around various interior schemes and can also double as coffee or side tables. Aside from being great accent tables they are also great storage devices as they have a large amount of internal storage.
Many of these steamer trunk luggage trunks remind me of my boarding school days as the boys would be carted off to school at the beginning of term with their large luggage trunks. Often pupils would come from overseas so would need a large luggage trunk to store all their items for a whole term. I bet you if some of these luggage cases came to market they would fetch a good price as they would now be considered vintage, with all the scuffs and scrapes that regular use creates.
Interior designers and discerning individuals love the look you can achieve with these steamer trunk luggage cases dotted around your room or interior. Many of them still have the travel stamps and logos on them which only adds to their look and charm. Our Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom is located just 25 minutes north of London in the leafy Herts countryside so please let us know if you would like to make an appointment to view. Alongside steamer trunks, we specialise in art deco furniture, dining furniture, continental antiques, porcelain, bronzes and the world of interiors.
We also offer discounts to interior desginers and trade so please let us know what you are looking for. If you can't find the right steamer trunk for your needs please let us know and we can source it for you using our extensive network of contacts in the worlds of antiques and interiors.
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