Sunday, 21 September 2014

Climb the ladder

Too many clothes, not enough wardrobe? Sure, it's a #firstworldproblem of the highest order, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't fix it - especially when there's a simple and stylish solution. In a compact bedroom you probably don't have room for a bulky chest of drawers, so our suggestion is this: simply prop a ladder up against the wall to support your wardrobe overflow. Equal parts functional and fabulous, a slimline metal or timber ladder lets you display the next day's outfit, keep bags, belts and necklaces in easy reach or simply show off your favourite threads.

 Our ladder-turned-open-wardrobe system.

The ladder is a decorating tool tailored for small spaces. We love the look in a bathroom to stow away towels, in the kitchen for pots, pans and tea towels (as per the below) or even in a living room as a contemporary alternative to the old-fashioned hat stand. Throw over your market bags, a hanging pot plant or two and a string of fairy lights to complete the look.

Image via curbly.

Image via Nathalie Aluf.

 Image via blog.jelanieshop.com.

Image via stylizimo.

Image via design sponge.


Shop the look with these rustic bamboo ladders from Eco Chic, available in black, white and natural.

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