Solid Oak Oxidized Decor Ladder
Just as you’ll occasionally find beautiful, worth-wandering roads that lead to nowhere, these dip-dyed oak ladders aren’t for clambering up (please don’t try!). We’re using them all over the house: to store towels in the bathroom, blankets and throws by the couch, and scarves, ties, and sheets in the bedroom. Leaned up against a wall, they’re just as striking as they are practical, dip-dyed with oxidized black stain on the lower parts of the legs and round feet.
Photography by James Ransom
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