Recently, Design Sponge
featured the three-level Copenhagen apartment of Camilla Ebdrup
, half of the Danish duo behind LuckyBoySunday
, and her husband, photographer Andreas Stenmann
. Their style is a mix of modern and vintage, with many items foraged from the nearby canals, where interesting items are washed in from the sea. We especially loved the wooden ladder that they use as a pot rack.
The ladder idea came up when there was no more room in the cupboards for the pots and pans, and it looks great.
Indeed! We hunted around for “wooden ladders with round rungs” and found a huge selection on Ebay under wooden ladders:
Another way to go would be industrial ladder in aluminum or fiberglass. Just Google “straight rung ladders” to find all kinds of cool possibilities.
You’ll find a how-to to improvise with at This Old House. Black pipe is another material that can be used in the same way.
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3 replies on “ladders as pot racks in wood or copper (diy)”
This picture only shows items on one side.You can also take advantage of the other side.
Old ladders like these make great bookshelves, too, when mounted horizontally on the wall.
Great idea! Thanks.