2 Step Lucite Angled Step Stool

$1,199.00
IMPORTANT: This item arrives in a wood crate or pallet, so you MUST choose white glove for all residential addresses and threshold for ONLY commercial addresses, i.e., a receiver or warehouse.
Current stock: 0
Estimated Delivery: 12 weeks
Shipping Cost: $99 | FedEx
Delivery Via: UPS/FedEx
Item Policy: No returns or cancellations. Click here for details.
Custom Option Yes

Our exclusive Custom 2 Step Lucite Step Ladder is handcrafted in our shop and is so special; a chic and functional stepstool. This lucite 2 step ladder is perfect for your mudroom, kitchen or closet and adds a stylish element to your decor rather than detracting from it. You won't want to hide your step ladder anymore! 

Custom sizes available, click here for inquiry

Caster maximum weight 500 lbs

Clear 1" thick solid lucite

Dimensions: 16"w x 12"d x 20"h

Not to be used by children unless attended

Clear Home Design is not responsible any injury due to misuse

Width: 15 (in)
Height 25 (in)
Depth 13 (in)
Shipping Cost and Return Policy
Shipping Cost: $99 | FedEx
Delivery Via: UPS/FedEx
Item Policy: No returns or cancellations. Click here for details.
Custom Option Yes
Warranty
https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/stools/lucite-step-stool-display-shelf/id-f_6815273/

Our exclusive Custom 2 Step Lucite Step Ladder is handcrafted in our shop and is so special; a chic and functional stepstool. This lucite 2 step ladder is perfect for your mudroom, kitchen or closet and adds a stylish element to your decor rather than detracting from it. You won't want to hide your step ladder anymore! 

Custom sizes available, click here for inquiry

Caster maximum weight 500 lbs

Clear 1" thick solid lucite

Dimensions: 16"w x 12"d x 20"h

Not to be used by children unless attended

Clear Home Design is not responsible any injury due to misuse

Reviews

5 Average based on 1 review Write a Review
Written by Sebastiana Filippo on Jan 14th 2023
5/5

very steady and strong

Only negative is that it doesn't fold up like the stepstools I'm used to.