Stepladder, Shelf and Clothes Valet in One
The stepladder is a design by Christoph Böninger who was inspired by the classic clothes valet. However, he distanced himself from the classic silhouette of the garment holder and focused on the shape of a traditional stepladder, which in his opinion met all of the requirements for a clothes valet.
Jackets and shirts can easily be thrown over the structure, hangers can be hung on the rungs and trousers find their place on the steps. In addition, jewellery or cufflinks can be safely kept in the small leather storage tray at the top of the ladder. Its use is not limited to that of a clothes valet: the versatile piece can also serve as a bedside table with plenty of storage space or as a classic stepladder to reach high areas around the house.
While the side rails are made of ash, the rungs are made of oak and treated with linseed oil.