This super simple DIY collapsible step stool folds down to less than 3" thick so you can store it almost anywhere! The non-skid treads on top prevent you from slipping on the polyurethane or polycrylic top coat.
Give your little ones some independence by building them this DIY step stool. They'll be able to wash their hands and brush their teeth all by themselves, and the narrow profile doesn't take up a lot of space in the bathroom.
This antique-inspired step stool has wonderful curved details that will remind you of being in Grandma's kitchen. The curved detail is made using a scroll saw, but you could make it using a jigsaw instead.
This genius step stool does double duty as a toddler chair! Use it in the kitchen to reach those higher cabinets, then flip it over and use it as a chair for your little one. You can make it in a day with MDF and a stair tread.
I love this colorful little step stool! Help your little one gain independence and discover their balance by holding onto the back. Then they can use it as a chair that is the perfect size just for them.
A step comes in handy in the shower for shaving your legs or even sitting down to enjoy the hot water. Use the shelf underneath to store your razor and shaving cream! Be sure to apply a waterproof finish to protect it from the water, or use rot-resistant materials such as cedar.
Which of these wooden step stools is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below!
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