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A vintage ladder becomes an instant conversation piece when suspended from the ceiling and used for hanging lanternsLiz of Savvy Seasons (now The Tuscan Home) decorated her vintage ladder for the season by wrapping it with grapevines and autumn leaves.
Adding baskets to the steps of a ladder for an awesome way to store your towels via Iron Accents.
Adding shelving boards to the steps of a ladder is a great way to create unique kitchen shelving via Jenny Allsorts | Marie Claire.
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A wall-mounted ladder makes the coolest bookshelf via Etsy –naturallycre8tive!
A vintage ladder is the perfect way to display framed photos via Mias Interior!
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Try cutting down a ladder to make a cute bathtub tray via Willow Decor.
A hanging ladder also makes a wonderful herb-drying rack via Homesteading In Maine.
Keep your shoes organized with an old ladder via Nina Holst / Stylizmo.
A ladder makes an excellent towel rack via Funky Junk Interior!
A ladder can also be used as an indoor planter via shelterness!
Old ladders are also perfect spots for plants, both inside your home or outside.
String lights from a hanging ladder to create a beautiful and unique light feature via Alexandra Design Finds.
A wall-mounted ladder makes the perfect coat rack for any entryway via Pinterest.
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If you don’t have a Christmas tree on hand, a ladder makes a great substitute via Funky Junk Interiors.
A small vintage ladder makes a cute end table via Julie Blanner | Pottery Barn!
If you don’t have the right place for a ladder in your kitchen or family room, I found several creative ways to incorporate one into the décor of your bedroom. Laurel from Chipping with Charm used a vintage ladder to create a unique canopy for her bed – amazing!
Anne at White Lace Cottage created a unique decorative element by placing a vintage ladder across the top of two open cabinets in her kitchen.
This ladder wall shelf, also from Donna @ Funky Junk was featured in Country Woman magazine!
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