SOHL Furniture Acacia Ladder Climbs on to Aldi Shelves

Last Updated on July 5, 2023

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Where do we put the blankets?

It’s hardly the most important decision we’ve ever had to make, but it’s still been something of a conundrum. Where do we put our fold-up throw blankets when we’re not using them? On the back of the couch? In a basket? Splayed out all over the living room? (Let’s be honest: it’s easy to end up defaulting to that last option if we’re not careful.)

Blanket storage — assuming you don’t just toss them in a closet or attic — tends to be equal parts trendy and functional. After all, why not stow your blankets in style? One such marriage of style and function is the storage ladder, which is only a ladder in the sense that it’s shaped a little like one. This is not a ladder you use to climb up to hard-to-reach heights: this is a ladder you lean against a wall to hang and display hard-to-store blankets.

Aldi has sold storage ladders before, including utilitarian metal ones. Now Aldi is selling a version made of exotic acacia hardwood — a wood indigenous to Africa, Asia and Australia that is used in the likes of furniture and cutting boards.

What We Know:

The SOHL Furniture Acacia Ladder (Product Code: 707484) is an Aldi Find, meaning it’s only a limited buy item. Once it’s gone, it’s gone, and you won’t be able to find it until it comes back, whenever that is. If you can’t find it in your local store, you won’t be able to get it, as Aldi doesn’t sell its products online.

At the time of this post, the ladder costs $49.99. Furniture ladders are all over the place in price, and this one seems to be in the middle-to-lower range of prices.

Here are the product’s features, according to Aldi:

  • Available with navy or white paint on ladder legs
  • 4-rung design provides space for hanging towels, blankets, and more
  • Holds up to 22 lbs. on each rung
  • Dimensions: 15.74″ L x 1.37″ W x 70″ H

What We Don’t Know:

While we’ve tested Aldi metal furniture ladders, we haven’t tried out this acacia one. We don’t know how durable and sturdy it is or how well it does holding the blankets it’s designed to hold. We’ve created this open thread for users to share their experiences.

Do you have experience with this ladder? Let us know in the comments.

About Joshua

Joshua is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. He is also a writer and novelist. You can learn more about him at


  1. Lots of acacia items at Aldi. I didn’t know that acacia trees were that plentiful, cultivated, or fast growing.

  2. Why the navy legs…didn’t relize it when I purchased it

  3. I just got one for $12 on clearance! Woooohooo!

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