Airline Carts Converted Into Luxury Storage Spaces [Pics]

Airline Carts Converted Into Luxury Storage Spaces [Pics]
Design

Skypak creates interesting storage spaces made with refurbished airline trolleys.

Yi Chen
  • 2 september 2011


Airline carts are no longer just found on planes, they can now be a sleek storage option to liven up any room. These airline trolleys have been refurbished by Skypak, a German company founded by Peter Jorge Fischer. The carts come in various unique designs and colors, there’s even one that’s made from 24 carat gold. It’s certainly a stylish way to store books and clothes, to CDs and dining ware. A Skypak trolley starts from EUR 1,280.

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