Tiramisu Step Ladder - Black

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  • Material: frame: painted steel
  • Steps & handle: fiberglass reinforced polypropylene
  • Dimensions: open: W43xH92xD60cm
  • Closed: W43xH101xD7cm
  • Three steps
  • Slip-resistant finish
  • Handle to mount onto a wall
  • Designed by Andries Van Onck
  • More home accessories available from Kartell
  • Supplier code: 07000/09
  • Barcode: 8058967077186

Add practical design to the home with this Tiramisu stepladder from Kartell. With a durable painted steel frame and fiberglass reinforced polypropylene steps and handle, this stepladder features three steps and curved bars for support. Finished with a handle to mount the ladder onto the wall, this wonderfully light design folds to minimise room when not in use.

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Trusted Customer - 2 years ago
very comfortable !!!!!!!!!
Trusted Customer - 3 years ago
I like the step ladder as it is extremely narrow. I live in a flat where space is a premium and this one slips unnoticed to the side of a wardrobe unit. If I were to be picky, I would say that the hard plastic feet on the base of the unit do not inspire confidence on a hardwood floor - they will probably get better as they wear - Rubber feet would have probably been a better choice overall.