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Design Sleuth: 6 Sources for Built-In Ironing Boards

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Design Sleuth: 6 Sources for Built-In Ironing Boards

Julie Carlson February 24, 2015

Pullout ironing boards are ideal for small-space living situations. Here are six good options from high to low (installation required).

Above: A custom closet with pullout ironing board by Lisa Adams Closet Design.

Above: The Maytag Built-In Ironing Board can be positioned on top of the washer or dryer; £199.99 ($308.75) from Range Cooker King in the UK.

Above: The Asko HiddenHelper Series Hl1152W Retractable Ironing Board is available at Asko; price upon request. Find dealers worldwide via Asko.

Above: The Rev-A-Shelf CiB-16CR Chrome VIB Series Pullout Closet-Depth Ironing Board is $126.70 from Build.com.

Above: The Hafele Ironfix Built-In Ironing Board is from hardware fittings specialists Hafele; go to the company’s website for more information. 

Above: A Pullout Ironing Board from Wood Mode Cabinetry; contact Wood Mode for pricing. (See Steal This Look: The Ultimate Chef’s Kitchen in Brooklyn for custom Wood Mode cabinets.)

Above: An Ironing Board Drawer from Habersham Home of Toccoa, Georgia; go to the company’s site for more information.

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This post is an update. The original ran on September 3, 2013, as part of our Low-Key Fashion issue.



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