Ladder Blanket & Quilt Organizer

5:32:00 PM

Flipping through one of my favorite catalogs 
gave me a great idea!




Pottery Barn offers this great shelf system with leather straps that hang from pegs.


To replicate this look I used an old ladder, gave it a coat of
white paint and a little distressing. 


I created loops at the top of the ladder by cutting both ends off an old leather camera strap. 

Each side has a buckle and a hook secured with screws.



Leaning against a wall or hanging from pegsthis ladder is a great place for blanket storage!



Or towels in the bathroom??!


I got the look for less!

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8 comments

  1. I like yours better than the Pottery Barn one. lol

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  2. Or quilts! I'd love it for quilts.
    Brenda

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  3. I love this idea, Susan! The straps are such a great look!

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  4. My whole life has been "the look for less"! LOL! I love that idea as blankets take up lots of space and they're pretty to display that way. Great idea and you did a great job on it. TFS!

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  5. Looks great!;)
    Thank you so much for your lovely comment!
    Love and hugs
    Lydia

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  6. LOVE the leather straps susan!
    catching you!
    gail

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  7. You are one talented lady, thank you so much for sharing all you ideas, I love looking through them..GOD bless

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