\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tNothing makes you feel more comfortable and comfortable at home than snuggling under your favorite warm fluffy blanket.Blankets can be valuable decorations. You can hook them up to the ceiling so they don't clash with other home decor.What is the best ceiling mount?If you're looking for an elegant way to organize a cozy blanket, check out our blanket support suggestions below.Things you may interest: What type of blanket keeps you the warmest?door hangerImagine searching in vain for your favorite blanket. Practical door hangers can help you save time and effort.With this storage solution, you always have your favorite cozy blanket on hand.ceiling ladderIn addition to keeping warm, blankets serve other purposes. Plus, you can use them as practical decorations to add texture and warmth to any home.A chic blanket ladder is a bold way to display your favorite cozy blanket.Your quilt looks great and if you get cold you can easily grab one from the quilt ladder.Ceiling ladders are readily available at hardware stores, but you can easily build them yourself using some inexpensive materials.retractable shelfDo you have pull-out shelves in your living room? You can then use this vertical space to store your sheets and everyday items.Reserve a spot for a storage container where you can organize these handy materials.storage tableYou don't have to put all the lids away. Instead, ditch the closet and store some of your favorite pieces on a chic side table.Not only is this solution stylish and affordable, it also ensures that you always have a comfortable package within reach.Things you may interest: How Sheets And Blankets Can Help You Sleepa bed with storageThick duvets and blankets often take up a lot of space.Also, not having valuable storage space for blankets and quilts isn't always feasible. In this case, a bed with storage space is helpful.Even people who live in smaller apartments and lofts will love this great space saving idea!Put extra baskets, blankets, books, shoes, or rugs in the horizontal space under the bed.Mobile Cable Storage BoxThe benefits of removable storage options are undeniable, especially if your living space is limited.Many people keep extra quilts in a wire storage box on wheels so they can be readily available.Blanket BasketBeautiful hanging baskets bring comfort to your living space. Decorate your clothes with duvet covers in different textures, DIY crochet blankets and different colors.Place it near the fireplace for a very cozy atmosphere. I feel warm every time I see it.Things you may interest: Baby Blanket Color Scheme:wall hookYou're spending a huge budget on quilts. Plus, you're running out of storage space, so why not keep an eye on them?You will get stunning ceiling displays with beautiful colors, textures and patterns.Storage bagsDon't underestimate the efficacy and practicality of these storage bags.Large, bulky blankets such as quilts are well organized and stored using this technique.an old bookshelfDo you have more covers than others? Consider this storage strategy and have a complete bookshelf for your quilt collection.You can also use bookshelves to store different areas of the studio.Ottoman storeYour living room stool is perfect for storing blankets.A stool with built-in storage lets you hide your sheets from view.If you're planning a large party, you can use the footstool as extra seating in the living room instead of storing it away.a linen wardrobeTo store blankets and other linens, consider placing a closet for awkward and underutilized areas of your home.Given the low chance of losing these everyday items, this is an excellent duvet storage option.You can place blankets in the bottom or top compartment of the laundry compartment.Things you may interest: Why are they called throw blankets?DIY ladder accessories16 meters of wood. I used (1 \u215c x 1 \u215c) 8-foot fur strips that cost $2.15 eachEight 2 - \u00bd inch wood screwswood glueStains (I used Minwax in dark walnut)drillSaw - If you don't have a saw, you can easily do this project by hand with a hacksaw(Optional) Felt pads can be placed on top of the ladder against the wall so it doesn't leave marks on the wall.(Optional) Clear coat so you don't have to worry about stains getting to the ceiling.How to Make a DIY Tissue HolderStep 1: Cut off the legsStart by cutting both in half with a hand saw and a miter box. This will give you two 4 foot long legs that will be used as ceiling ladders. Remember that this length is approximate. Also, the two sections are the same length, rather than exactly four feet, giving you the freedom to trim the rough edges as needed. Sand is smooth.Step 2: Cut the RungsNext, cut your one-by-three board into four 16-inch pieces. These are the slats above the ceiling ladder. Sand each slat to make sure they're smooth (so your ceiling doesn't get stuck and cracked).Step 3: Measure the rung positionPlace the legs and rungs on a flat surface and set them up like a ladder. Before two by four, measure and mark the position of the rung. Measure 2 inches from the "top" of the ladder and use a square to draw a line across the width of the board. Measure another 2 inches and draw a line. Measure 8 inches down from this line and mark. Continue this pattern so that the rungs are four 2" apart, 8" in the middle and about 14" at the bottom. Repeat for the opposite two to four.Step 4: Find and trace the rungPlace the rung inside the pencil line so that it aligns with the front and top of the ladder. The corners of the frame should just touch the pencil lines on either side. The rear corners should be flush with the edges of the 2x4, and the front corners should be about 1\/2 inch apart. Draw a line at the end of the rung. Repeat for the remaining rungs.Things you may interest: Best Cooling BlanketStep 5: Pre-Drilled LegsUsing a 3\/32" drill bit, pre-drill the holes inside the pencil line on the other side of the 2\u00d74. Be sure to drill straight so you don't break a third of the screw when screwing in.Step 6: Attach the Rungs to the LegsInsert the one-by-three pieces and secure with 3-inch screws from the outside of the two-by-four legs. Helpers or long clips that hold the third in place make this part easier. Follow the 2x4 and connect all the rungs before moving to the other side so that everything fits together smoothly.Step 7: Smooth edges and erase marks Sand any rough spots around the screw with a piece of sandpaper or a sanding sponge. Take the time to erase or sand off the pencil marks.Step 8: Apply the StainsApply a coat of wood stain according to the directions on the can. We used Varathane's dark walnut to create a dark, cozy atmosphere. Wipe off excess. Now turn the ladder over and draw the other side. Allow the stain to dry completely before using the ceiling ladder.Here comes the fun! Organize your blankets on the new blanket rack! Or wrap the gift from the ceiling and tick off another gift on the list.Frequently Asked Questions - How to make a ceiling ladder?Can I hang multiple quilts on this ladder?It depends on the width, weight and volume of your quilt. A quilt stand might be a better option because it's wider. If your quilt is twin size, light and flat, a quilt ladder should do just fine.The floor below is smooth. How to prevent a ladder from slipping?You can install soft self-adhesive non-slip rubber pads on the bottom.How can I prevent a ladder leaning against a wall from scratching?Have a few felt pads on the back where it meets the wall (like you would put under the legs of a chair) and you're done!Bottom LineNow you know useful ways to store blankets in addition to traditional storage options.Using your unique blanket rack, you can store your quilt covers while displaying them as a collectible to brighten up your living space.If you have other ideas, please comment below to enrich this list.Thanks for reading, see you in the next article!You've just read :Ceiling Mount: How To Make It?