This ladder ain't no ordinary ladder, I'm tellin' ya. It's way out there. In fact, it's so cool I stopped having dinner parties. It's now just me'n my new ladder.
By:Mona D. , Designer (Calgary)
I had purchased another company's very thin, well-advertised stepladder that I used for about a year. It was so heavy (but thin!) and I pinched my finger on the opening mechanism more than once. Also, when it opened it needed a lot of space. I use it mostly in my library to add new books. When my decorator walked in with the Tiramisu for a small job, I said "What's that?" I made sure it would allow me to reach the top shelf in my library and ordered it. I really like it and have relegated the old stepladder to the basement.
By:Deborah H. , Homeowner (Atlanta, Ga.)
Attractive, expensive, heavier than I would have expectedlNot sure it was worth the price - but I like it - It reaches my very high kitchen cabinets & looks good folded up in a corner.
By:Diane N. , Homeowner (York, Pa.)
Love the Tiramisu ladder. Urban living means small spaces and this ladder is so small it almost disappears when I slip it between some shelves and my kitchen wastebasket. It is definitely a space saver requiring only a tiny sliver of room between other things. But it is also super sturdy and functional. It does not slip on the floor and I feel very safe using it. It is also lightweight enough to be easy to carry around my apartment. And it has a great design look rather than the standard utilitarian step ladder look. One of the best purchases I have ever made and well worth the $$$.
By:TwoFavors , Renter (Union City, NJ)