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  • Anna Pinck

    Wooden ladder bookshelf - really need some more book shelves... this would be really cute in the school room.

  • L .

    Wooden ladder bookshelf - great use for an old ladder!

  • Joy Evans

    Old wooden ladder turned into book shelf. Pretty cool idea! And I got a really old ladder!!!! Yay!

  • Rebekah Barriente

    Wooden ladder shelves

  • Nicole Kelly

    wooden ladder bookshelf. bookshelves will be everywhere.

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