Craft IKEA-hack_Ironing-Table_forIKEAhackers

Published on April 3rd, 2014 | by Brooke

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Sideboard Turned Ironing Table





IKEA-hack_Ironing-Table_forIKEAhackers

Materials: NORDEN sideboard

You might remember my stacked LACK cutting table from a few years ago.

I have once again been hacking in my sewing room! After years of wishing for a large ironing surface like those I use at work, I finally built my own ironing table for my home sewing room using a NORDEN sideboard from IKEA.

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The best part of this hack is the ironing top is completely & easily removable in case you want the sideboard back later or need to replace the fabric cover.

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You can get the details and see the step-by-step photos on my blog.

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2 Responses to Sideboard Turned Ironing Table

  1. Bee Dunlop says:

    Where did you get your decal ideas? They are wonderful for the sewing atmosphere!

    • Brooke says:

      Bee – Thank you! The decals are actually Vera Wang sketches I projected and traced on my walls and then painted in. I found them in the book “Vera Wang on Weddings”. It was a lot of work but I love them. =)

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