Transform the rungs of a distressed ladder into a cool new storage space for your myriad collection of books. Build a ladder from scratch or give an instant makeover to an old one and change the scenario of the room. Just lean it against the wall and get easy access to your favorite tomes. Learn more on building and also repurposing by going through the following tutorials.
Ardent book readers in need of a bookshelf can stack their treasured treatises on the ladder-turned-bookcase without any additional expenditure.
Not just books, the shelves provide a unique spot to display antiques and cute showpieces adding more character to the interior space.
The rustic look of the ladder celebrates the vintage flavors of the yesteryear rather than just being a mere bookshelf.
A stunner in the disguise of a bookcase, the ladder shelf can give a stiff competition to the other designer shelves in stores.
Although here the ladder bookcase is propped against the nook, you can position it the way you want based on the structure of the room.
The bookshelf is wide enough to accommodate books and other reading essentials. With strings lights wound around the railings, the ladder shelf would be glimmering with intellectual prowess.
Deck the shelving units with a plethora of books and create a unique statement.
The mammoth drawers are a savior for those with a larger collection of books. Most importantly, you can prevent them from collecting dust, and also stuffing other items.
The multiple ladder system with a flat board serving as the desk has changed the definition of a bookcase. Aside books and vintage relics, you can sit on a chair and comfortably work on your laptop.
Designed like a tree the ladder bookcase has wide and extended rungs for keeping your precious reading delights.
A bookshelf beside the bed promises a cozy sleep soon after finishing a novel without troubling your feet.
When guests see the display of the bestsellers on the shelf, you’ll feel proud not only for having a huge collection but also for your creativity.
The typical style of leaning a ladder against a wall and using it as shelf might not sound appealing to all. So here is another way to save some floor space and add more meaning to the walls. The advantage of having a horizontal shelf is the ease of keeping the books.
Step up the ladder, adding layers of white paint. You might consider filling it with tons of bedtime storybooks and keeping near your kid’s bed.
Retaining the old, distressed look speaks volumes about your fixation for antique décor.
Lock your child’s books in the ladder bookcase and let them unlock their imaginations with the good reads.
The ever-growing piles of books can find solace on the rungs of the ladder exclusively built from the start.
The best part of using a ladder as a bookcase is the minimum investment of time and labor.
So now you can make the best use of these different ladder bookcase plans and give your plethora of books a new home.
Published on June 25th 2016 by Michelle Anderson