The Library Ladder Company as featured in Kitchens Bedrooms Bathrooms magazine

Our rolling library ladder features in a scheme designed by Will Mundy Carpentry in the June issue of 'These Three Rooms' the Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms online magazine. 

Focusing on the very real need for home offices post-pandemic this feature highlights the demand for working spaces - from 8% to 27% to be exact - and everything surrounding this phenomenon including extensions, home tech, extra storage and garage conversions. 


Kitchens Bedrooms Bathrooms magazine features The Library Ladder Company

Home office spaces featured in Kitchens Bedrooms and Bathrooms magazine

Five Top Tips for Your Home Office 

Having an organised office space can improve productivity, so there’s no excuse not to invest a little time and effort in your working environment. No more files on the floor, uncomfortable chair or hard to find documents.


1. Floor to ceiling storage 

Tall free-standing bookcases will create the library-look whilst being wholly practical at the same time. Consider hidden lighting to allow for softer lighting options and atmosphere with some open shelving and more closed shelving below! It will look vast, but you'll be amazed how quickly you fill it. 

Office scheme by Will Mundy Carpentry using a rolling library ladder

2. Invest in a library ladder 

The best and classiest way to achieve a library effect without taking up too much floor space is to invest in a library ladder. Go for our full rolling, hook over or corner swivel options depending on your scheme. All our ladders can be stowed away vertically for safety and practicality. 

3. Paint colour

Carefully consider your painting scheme! Use a dark colour for a gentleman's club feel and maximum cosiness in the winter months or choose a bold colour for the library ladder itself. All our ladders are delivered in their raw state and are ready to paint. We often encourage painting in doors, skirting and mouldings to create an overall effect that is easy on the eye and even painting the insides of cupboard doors with a zingy pop of colour for an added element of surprise. 

4. Make the best use of natural light

With so much time spent in our offices, we must do all we can to protect our eyesight by making the best use of natural light. Place your desk directly below a window if you can (you can add an anti glare screen to your computer) as this will help you concentrate for longer! 

5. Wall panelling

Give your office some added detail by hanging wall panelling across the walls without shelving. The additional vertical lines will help the room to feel bigger, adding warmth and depth to your scheme. Plus it will look seriously classy and inspire you to work like a big boss.  

With all the hours we’re spending working at home, it’s an investment that will pay off.

Shaker Style wall panelling from The Library Ladder Company

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Take advantage of our new CAD Design Service to help you design your panelling scheme. With many different panelling variations, it can be hard to visualise what your space will look like - let us help you. 

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