We love using trunks as part of our decor and think they’re a great way to combine style and storage. Whether you use a trunk in a bedroom, entryway, bathroom, or foyer, they’ll add a unique look to a room and are a fun alternative to a typical table you’d ordinarily see. Here are some inspiring photos of different ways trunks are used in various homes, as well as some of our trunks that would work great in yours!
Why settle for one trunk when you can have two?
A tall trunk can make a great dry bar and a fantastic place to hide away those pricey bottles of wine you’re saving.
The dark wood of the trunk looks great against the mostly light decor of this stunning space.
A trunk at the end of the bed is a perfect for storing linens and giving yourself a place to sit when you’re putting on your shoes!
This Reclaimed Castle Treasure Box would look amazing in both a traditional home or with a more modern interior.
A vintage trunk is perfect for any space that needs some extra storage or a surface for displays.
This rustic storage chest gives the neutral room some depth and makes it look homey and warm.
Elegant chairs, a metallic modern sofa, graphic prints, and a stylish chest combine to make this room unforgettable.
A trunk makes a pretty nightstand, especially in a soft, creamy hue.
This Postal Stamp Storage Trunk is an adorable take on a traditional storage chest.
A trunk works well as a side table too, and the contrast of the rustic trunk with the modern chair and sofa makes it especially interesting.
This proves that you don’t have to choose between a console table and a trunk – you can have both!
This Jaipur Trunk from Furniture Connexion mixes in well with any style of home decor.
Do you have a trunk in your home?
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