You'll Want to Copy This DIY Copper Ladder
The amount of things you can create out of copper plumbers pipe never ceases to amaze me. I could spend hours in the plumbing aisle of the hardware store, brainstorming and scheming away. Usually I hustle out of there for fear the plumbing gurus will see the impostor that I am. "I'm a DIY blogger, don't shoot!" Seriously though, I don't even know the names of the fittings I used in this project haha. Don't judge me.
I've always loved the look of a vintage wooden or iron ladder in a home. Old ladders can be used as a decorative architectural piece; they fit perfect in awkward blank wall spaces or nooks that need something but nothing quite seems to fit.
We have this odd wall space beside the fridge that came about from our kitchen remodel. It's the cabinet that encases the fridge. I've been contemplating painting it the same color as our walls, but haven't yet pulled the trigger. As a temporary and creative solution for this blank space, I decided to make a ladder myself, from copper pipe!