Ironing Board Cabinet Extensions For Organized Laundry Rooms

The ironing board, just like the clothes hanger rack, is one of those must-haves in any home that suddenly becomes a big inconvenience when not used. It’s why instead of wasting space with a freestanding ironing board you have to hide inside or behind the closet, having one that’s an extension of the cabinet seems like a much better choice.

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Built-in ironing boards can stay hidden inside dummy drawers in the laundry room and only revealed whenever needed. Special hardware is required for such an accessory.

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The Hafele pull-out ironing board has a simple and practical design which allows it to be integrated into laundry room cabinetry in order to save space. However, keep in mind that such designs are not as sturdy as the freestanding models.

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The laundry room is not the only place where you can squeeze in a pull-out ironing board. In fact, when there’s no space for a separate laundry area, it’s the kitchen is usually the zone that takes on this role.

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If you’re not the type that irons everything or owns a ton of shirts, then you most likely don’t even need a full-size, freestanding ironing board. A compact, pull-out model is enough to satisfy your needs. And the best thing about it is that it can easily fit in the closet.

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Apart from stacked washer and dryer, this laundry area also saves space with smaller elements such as the built-in ironing board. Compact and easily accessible, it only reveals itself when needed, the rest of the time staying hidden.{found on oldworldkitchens}.

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It’s worth sacrificing one of the laundry room drawers to accommodate a small ironing board if you take into consideration how much simpler and practical everything becomes.

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The whole point of even considering having a pull-out, built-in ironing board is so that you can save space. It’s why the idea is wonderful for small laundry rooms or studios where everything is either stored in plain sight or sacrificed.{found on janneiges}.

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Of course, not all pull-out ironing boards that are built into the laundry cabinetry also have to be small. There’s also the option to have a full-size ironing board squeezed inside a tiny drawer but you’d have to custom-design the whole unit.{found on wlinteriors}.

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On the other hand, if you only use the board occasionally and for small pieces of clothing, there’s no point in having a huge one. So be efficient and save space at the same time by adapting your laundry room to your lifestyle.

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A great thing about this kind of ironing boards is that they can fit in pretty much any kind of cabinet. So you even have an ironing board hidden in the family room furniture if that’s the best place to have it in your case.

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We’ve only discussed drawer ironing boards so far but there’s also another kind, more popular even. It’s the type of ironing board that stays flush with the wall inside a shallow wall cabinet. So opt for this type if you’d rather not sacrifice any space inside the cabinets.{found on crisparchitects}.

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These shallow wall cabinets designed to disguise and hide the ironing board can easily fit in pretty much any room of the house. You can have one in the kitchen, laundry room or even on the hallway if you find it comfortable to work there.{found on hammerandhand}.

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Or try the walk-in closet. Since all your clothes are stored, organized and displayed here, you might as well put the ironing board where it belongs. Have it hidden in one of the drawers of the cabinets or inside the island that you use to fold laundry.