Old ladders have a rustic charm you don’t find just anywhere. Once they’ve seemingly reached the end of their lives, they can be repurposed into all sorts of different things. Before you pass up that old ladder on the curb, you might want to consider these ideas.
Me personally? I use this ladder in my entry way to catch coats, umbrellas & more. It was a $5 thrift store find that I’ve used for years and still love it as much as the day I brought it home.
These beach signs Art is Beauty made from an old ladder would look amazing in a sunny room.
Refresh Restyle turned an old ladder into a shelf. Doesn’t it seem like the perfect display for a country store?
I love the way Duke Manor Farm used this old ladder as an outdoor chandelier. What an inviting patio!
Here’s a super easy idea that requires almost no effort – Crate and Babble uses an old ladder to hang jewelry.
This Halloween Stepladder I found at House of Hawthornes really makes a front porch pop!
An old ladder used as a quilt rack like this one on The Country Chic Cottage adds vintage charm to a room.
I found a ladder repurposed into a bookshelf on Beyond the Picket Fence. What a cool idea! It makes a great side table, too!
On Simply Grove, an old ladder holds magazines. And a blanket. And a light. What a smart use of space!
I can’t think of a better place to hang Christmas stockings than on this old orchard ladder turned Christmas “tree” on French Country Cottage. Don’t you love it?
Do you have any old ladders you’ve been saving? Where would an old ladder fit perfectly in your home?