DIY: Ladder as Pot Rack from a Copenhagen Designer

Remodelista

I have a thing for S hooks, so when I spotted this clever pot rack in the home of one of the designers behind LuckyBoySunday (it's featured on Design Sponge), I took note. All you need is an appealing ladder and some S hooks; our kind of DIY.

Above: The kitchen of Camilla Ebdrup and her photographer husband, Andrea Stenmann, features a ladder casually leaning against a wall; see more of the house at Design Sponge.

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