Install a pop-up ironing board, like this model from Rev-A-Shelf, into a closet drawer and you’ll be able to touch up your clothing without having to wrestle with that beast of a regular ironing board. In can be installed in any drawer that has an opening between 14-1/4" and 21" wide. If only all wrinkles would disappear so easily.
Ironing boards are typically tough to hide, but designer Angela Todd found a way to incorporate one into her ultra-mod laundry room. The beautiful metallic partition distracts the eye from the mechanical systems behind it and provides a great backdrop for the space.
Utility is the name of the game in this neutral laundry room. A stainless steel utility sink, sewing machine nook and a murphy-style ironing board create separate stations around the room, while white cabinetry offers storage throughout.
A typical ironing board eats up tons of precious space — and often doesn't get put away where it belongs. The in-wall design by Household Essentials remedies both problems. Plus, there's plenty of room inside for keeping all of the task's other necessities close at hand.
Provide your full-size ironing board a designated spot where it doesn't get in the way. The trick: a pair of coat hooks. Screw them into a rectangle of wood, like Ashley at the blog Domestic Imperfection, and you have a handy upright hanger that matches the rest of the room's hardware.
The details are one thing that makes this closet impressive. Not only is there plenty of space for folded clothes, hanging clothes and shoes, this closet also comes complete with its own Murphy ironing board. It is long and slender, making it the perfect place to press those stubborn collars and sleeves so that he can be ready to go before ever leaving his closet.
For extra organization and added style, mount a metal basket on the wall to create a shelf. Then, add a pair of straps below to store your ironing board. For an extra bit of glam, add material to the back side of the shelf that matches your ironing board.
After you've finished de-wrinkling shirts, you need a temporary place to hang them within reach of the ironing board. A hook like this one from Spectrum Diversified Designs holds 12 hangers — plus it stores vertically.
The custom laundry room features a full-height closet door to conceal every need. This area has a freestanding ironing board, an electrical outlet inside the cabinet for the iron and adjustable retail shelving for hanging clothes
Mint green walls add a soft but effective color to this cozy sewing room. Built-in shelving, thread storage and a folding ironing board keep the room organized and functional. Light wood countertops complement the hardwood flooring.
This room features a combined cleaning supply storage and laundry room which houses a washer, dryer, ironing board, stainless steel laundry tub and heated drying rack. Simple black floor tiles finish off the look of the space.
The custom-designed and spacious laundry room features wood cabinets and full-height multifunctional closets. This area has a freestanding ironing board, an electrical outlet inside the cabinet for the iron and adjustable retail shelving for hanging clothes.
The eclectic laundry room has a red feature wall with French doors that lead outside. Cream cabinets offer plenty of storage, as well as some cool amenities like a fold-out ironing board. The space is part of the 2013 Atlanta Decorators Show House, a showcase of more than 30 spaces transformed by designers from around the Southeast.
A vintage wooden ironing board, lady pin cushion and gold-handled scissors add to the quirky vibe of the laundry room while use of circular saw mill grooved wood countertop conceals the washer and dryer beneath. Metal mesh cabinets add to the functionality of the small space by providing easy to search shelving and allowing for greater pops of color. The trellis wallpaper adds pattern and matches the yellow interior of the cabinets.