Simple Ladder Laundry Rack

If you are living in an apartment you will be automatically a fan of crazy solutions that save space and makes more use of the existing space.Now, of course there are all kinds of people, but those who love to get things done by their own hand will love this little project I’m going to show you. It is meant to enhance the existing space in a tiny apartment by looking at things a little bit different, and in a moment you will see exactly what I am talking about.

Doing laundry is a part of our life and being young and living in a tight apartment makes the drying part a bit of a challenge. Luckily a practical girl thought of maximizing the space for the laundries and she came up with a ladder hung by the ceiling with several hooks attached to hand all the clothes. In essence the thing is pretty basic to construct but you decide to adopt this project you first need to get your hands on some items like an old wooden ladder, paint it as you like and secure it from the ceiling.

Then you can proceed to putting hooks and testing the resistance; the last thing you want is to find all your fresh washed clothes on the floor, so check it before using it to see roughly how many kilos the new laundry drier can hold.

I think this is a cool idea and very simple to build in your own home and I recommend it especially because it almost doesn’t cost a thing.{found on littlelucylu}.

Published by in DIY Projects, on August 29th, 2012


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