How to turn an table into an over-sized ironing board that's perfect for big projects and quilts. If there's one thing I need its an oversized ironing board! (And an oversized sink. And plenty of quilt frame space!
A lot of laundry rooms have a narrow wasted space either next to or between the washing machine and dryer. To take advantage of this space, build a simple plywood cart on fixed casters to hold detergents and other laundry supplies.
I love ideas like this. Totally practical, completely usable and cute too. This little side table ironing board is perfect for those sewing projects been meaning to complete. No more lugging out the ironing board folks. Check it out at Just Craft
A traditional ironing board eats up valuable room with its X-like frame (and who actually folds it up after every use? This clever IKEA hack turns the top of a long table into an ironing space, and offers spots for baskets underneath.
Convert Mason Jars into a container with a pour spout. Cut the top off an empty cardboard salt container to the size of the canning lid on your jar (use it in place of the lid). Use the canning ring to screw it in place.