Latvian designer Arthur Analts created a step ladder called Led Zeppelin (an obvious nod to Stairway to Heaven) that solves a problem – getting into corners.

Led Zeppelin can be placed in three different positions: leaned straight against the wall, placed 45° against the room corner or 25° against the corner. There are also special cuts at the end of the ladder steps to hang a dusting cloth or put tools. It also has rubber pieces added at the both ends of the ladder to add extra safety and to prevent the ladder from slipping.