The Tenzing Ladder Exudes Pride in Practicality and in Appearance

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 24, 2013 • References: coroflot & yankodesign
Over time, the Tenzing Ladder might begin to receive paint splatters, scratches and dents, but it will still remain far more beautiful than any other stepladder you've ever seen. Fritz Specht strove to design this piece of equipment with more of an interest in aesthetics so that its owner could be proud enough not to stash it in the garage.

Gorgeously sculpted birch wood gives a typically rigid object elegant curves. Wide rungs make the user feel stable and comfortable and a special suspendable tote acts as a tool box to keep everything you need within reach. You won't feel the need to immediately hide the Tenzing Ladder away after it's served this purpose and that, for it introduces thoughtful design to a room and it can perform as a coatrack and other useful objects. Stats for Handsome Handyman Apparatuses Trending: Older & Mild
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