Repurposed Mondays: Climbing Upcycled Ladders
Finding the perfect vintage ladder has been on my treasure hunt list of late. Providing both style and chic storage functionality, repurposed ladders can be used from bathrooms to living rooms. If a ladder graces your home in a room other than the garage, I would love to hear about how you have repurposed it.
The unexpeted combination of a construction ladder and a delicate chandelier creates a lovely ambiance via Brocade Home.
No upward ladder climbers here! At Idle Hand Tattoo in San Francisco, science!alex spooted an upcycled ladder turned into an unexpected and quite practical bookshelf.
The creatively talented Maya and her mother created an absolutely intriguing vignette using an old ladder, barn wood, and wire baskets. Even better, you can enjoy the full DIY tutorial at maya*made! I could spend hours exploring all of the vintage treasures artfully displayed on this fantastic upcycled ladder.
With the addition of a few planks, a vintage ladder is repurposed in Real Living into a stylish display piece. So long curiosity cabinets!
Of course, your guests will be delighted with Martha Stewart‘s idea of using an antique apple picking ladder as a chic towel holder.
From an older repurposed bathroom post, a bathtub caddy is fashioned with the help of an antique ladder.
Of course, if you find yourself in my shoes, desperately lacking a vintage ladder, then be inspired to make your own. In this image from Christine Churchill’s The Collector’s Eye, the featured ladder could be created with decorative molding or trim, fastened to even two long branches.