Custom Built

Ironing Board Cabinet

I hate to iron.  Seriously.   I avoid purchasing items that require ironing.   And if I do happen to  purchase something that I later discover it does require ironing, I won’t wear it because, let’s face it, once I do I will just have to wash it and iron it all over again.  It is not lost on me that my job allows me to wear shorts and a t-shirt most of the time.

All of that being said, on occasion, an iron and ironing board are required.   Since we moved into our house almost 6 years ago, our ironing board has lived in many random places around the house—none of which were actually convenient to the task.

When we redesigned our guest room, I decided that I was going to solve this problem once and for all.  The guest room is upstairs and near where one might discover that their clothing may need a touch-up. Additionally, traveling guests have their clothes jammed in a suitcase that -let’s be honest here—is not kind to cotton.

I decided to build a wall-mounted cabinet that would hold the ironing board, with a shelf above for the iron, steamer, and starch.  By putting a full-length mirror on the door to the cabinet, it becomes useful and non-intrusive.  We positioned it on the wall where the door opens, so the depth is hardly noticeable.

Ironing board cabinet with mirror

Ironing board cabinet with mirror

I’m so pleased with my new set-up that I might even consider ironing something.  Or at least sleep better knowing that hypothetically I could.

Hold My Wine, I’ve Got This…

Amy

Spread the love

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *