Creative Ironing Board Ideas for your Work Space

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While any seamstress will tell you that her sewing machine is her closest sewing buddy, many many will agree that a good iron is the best-kept secret to a professional finish. Whether you have a small or large space set aside for ironing, here’s a look at some creative ways to set up your iron/ironing board to get the job done.

These creative ironing board ideas are perfect for utilizing every last inch of space in your work area.

Creative Ironing Board Ideas

 

Since space is always hard to find, this round up of fun ironing board ideas can help you utilize every last inch of your work space. Or you can think of these space saving ideas as a way to make more room for fabric!

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1. Changing Table Ironing Board

This is a great example of taking unneeded furniture and turning it into something useful. I love how cute it is.


2. Folding Ironing Board

Have a lack of space in your room. No problem; this board folds up and has extra storage.


3. Roll Away Ironing Board

No one ever has to know that you iron with this board. Best kept secret!


This round up of creative ironing boards is perfect for utilizing every last inch of space in your work area.

4. Built in Ironing Board

I would love to have an ironing board like this in my sewing space. What a space saver!


5. Ironing Board Table

Have an extra table lying around? Turn it into an ironing table.


6. Ironing Board Thread Holder

I’m always looking for creative ways to store all my thread. This is a great use for your old ironing board.


Creative ironing board solutions like this mini board are perfect for your sewing space.

7. Mini DIY Ironing Board

Small sewing space or no space at all? Here is the perfect ironing board for you. Best part, it’s portable.


8. Ironing Board Cabinet

I always love ideas that can help keep my space looking neat and tidy. An ironing board I can put away is great for keeping rooms looking clean.


9. Ironing Board Quilt Covers

A new ironing board cover is a wonderful way to use up your fabric scraps or recycle an old quilt.


10. Closet Ironing Board

This is such a smart thing to do… a fold down iron in the closet.


11. Quilter’s Ironing Board

For all you quilters out there, here is a great DIY on how to modify your ironing board into a quilter’s rectangular board. Great for those large pieces of fabric.


12. Dryer Ironing Board

If you iron or sew in your laundry room, this is the perfect solution for where to put the ironing board.


13. Ironing Board Mirror

I can’t get over how amazing this idea is. Great for getting dressed, but also for checking muslins, when making clothes.


These creative ironing board ideas are perfect for utilizing every last inch of space in your work area.

14. Metal Ironing Board Plant Holder

Always keep track of the important things with this vintage ironing board memo holder. This would look so cute in my sewing space.


15. Ironing Board Center

My local quilt shop has this set up in their classroom and I LOVE it!! It adds more storage space and looks good also.


These creative ironing board ideas are perfect for utilizing every last inch of space in your work area.

16. The Ultimate Ironing Board

This baby is just a concept design but just think about how fast you could press the clothes in your closet with this!


This round up of creative ironing boards is perfect for utilizing every last inch of space in your work area.

BONUS- 

Get the little ones ready for laundry day with this little playset.


Now that you’ve got your ironing board looking it’s best, let’s take a quick minute for some Iron talk.

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Comments

  1. My Mum has an ironing board built into her kitchen drawer. She loves it. I on the other hand hate it. If you have small clothes to iron you can not iron one side only as the cabinet drawer gets in the way. Annoying.

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