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Paul Loebach Orchard Ladders

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Paul Loebach Orchard Ladders

Alexa Hotz December 23, 2011

We've admired Paul Loebach's work before (see Artisan Visit: Paul Loebach), and return now to his maple orchard ladders. Designed by Loebach for Matter, the 19th-century-inspired ladders featured intricately turned sides and rungs. We imagine them displaying throw blankets and linens or simply standing alone.

N.B.: If you are a fan of Loebach's work, he also has a line of furnishings for West Elm.

Above: Ladder No.1 ($1,200), Ladder No.2 ($2,000), and Ladder No.3 ($1,500) from Matter.

Above: The widest of the three, Ladder No.3 is 44 inches wide.

Above: Detail of Ladder No.2.

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