A ladder next to a bed is an unique way to draw interest in a room. It can be used to hold spare blankets or towels. If the steps are wide enough a clock and knick knacks would add a nice touch. This DIY ladder project would also make for a good towel rack in a bathroom. Thanks to Clockwork Interiors for a great idea.
So anyone who knows me well, knows my heart beats a little bit faster when I spot a bright florescent garage or estate sale sign. Time spent shopping at a good thrift or charity shop is time well spent in my opinion. There is nothing I like better than taking something you pick up for a couple of bucks and turning it into something pretty spectacular.
I was pretty proud of a recent thrift shop find … an old bunk bed ladder that I purchased for $1 … and it’s even real wood!! I thought these treasures and finds might make for an interesting series. And if thrifting isn’t really your thing, at least there should be a good before and after …. But I’m secretly hoping you’ll at least think about hitting up a thrift shop or garage sale!
Images from Clockwork Interiors.
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