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Design Sleuth: Nautical Rope Bunkbed Ladder

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Design Sleuth: Nautical Rope Bunkbed Ladder

July 3, 2014

Montgomery, Alabama-based architects McAlpine Tankersley added a nautical note to a beach house bunkroom via a pair of rope ladders.

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Above: For something similar, Treehouse Supplies offers made-to-measure Rope Ladders ($18.65 per foot), and US Rope Cable makes Rope Ladders for $39.54 per foot.

For a tutorial on making your own, go to the Art of Manliness.

 Looking for more nautical inspiration? Browse our recent Life Aquatic issue, and see our 10 Favorites posts on Simple Rope Stair Rails and Rope Decor. See Gardenista for Outdoor Nautical Lighting.

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