Sure, you probably have a ladder. In your garage. For cleaning gutters, changing light bulbs in high-ceilinged areas, or dusting crown moldings. But you can also use ladders for a variety of design and functional purposes that you’ve likely never considered.
Check out these clever uses for ladders throughout the house and repurpose that old ladder!
Suspend it from the laundry room ceiling as a drying rack:
Or over a kitchen island as a pot rack:
Add some storage to your bathroom:
Or turn it into a handy towel rack:
(Even the bathroom manufacturers have caught on!)
Prop it in the bedroom as an impromptu clothes valet:
Turn a ladder or two into bookshelf or display shelf:
Bring it outside and create a multi-level planter:
You probably also have a small stepladder or step stool somewhere in the house, and you’re most likely moving it around constantly. Hook up a ladder on a track for its usual use in high-climbing-traffic areas like the kitchen, mudroom, or pantry
Make an awesome dressing room (can’t call it a closet!) even more awesome:
Or feel like a modern version of Belle from Beauty and the Beast in the library:
Reach new heights! What will you do with a ladder today?