If you want some colourful storage with a vintage slant, look no further than these Masa metal trunks at La Redoute. Read more
Handmade with antique zinc-plating the trunk has a galvinised, vintage steam trunk look. It's finished with colourful, retro-style travel stickers and shiny locks. It's a useful and inexpensive piece that will only improve with age.
The trunk is available in two different sizes, the smaller costing £35 and the larger £45. Check it out on the John Lewis website here.
Truly the stuff of fantasy, the Conran Shop's Marilyn Trunk is the perfect piece of luggage for travelling by ocean liner from London to New York. Crafted from walnut wood and veneers in a 1920's style, the trunk is inspired by the golden age of transatlantic travel.
Realistically most of us are not really in need of such a fantastic piece of luggage but it does make a stylish and relatively compact dressing table measuring W55 x D63 x H113 cms. It has plenty of storage for make-up, toiletries and accessories and best of all, a secret drawer to keep your jewellery in.
Living the Gatsby life doesn't come cheap – the trunk costs £2,395 and you can find it here.
After years of hoarding stuff, it's always nice to find something that'll help make tidying up just that little easier. One stylish solution is these retro storage trunks available from Rose and Grey.
The metal trunks are made by Danish company House Doctor and have a great 1950s look, right down to the fastenings and the label. They're only available as a set of two and in the colour combination of a bright red and the faded green shown. To give you an idea of the size, the green measures about 60cm across, while the red measures 69cm across – both are definitely designed for display.
The set of trunks costs £245.
Buy them from Rose and Grey