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Ironing Board Storage Pegboard


Well I've been trying to do this project for 2 months. Finally got a little time and space to get her done! This Ironing board was half off $3.99 at Goodwill, with broken legs. Who needs an ironing board anyway? Not me lol. I painted her with Shabby paint. Carefully Remove the legs. Paint then add some cute vinyl letters, stencil, or free hand. (I'm not that talented)
UPDATE: Somebody mentioned limited space and I got to thinking that this would work vertical with vertical lettering. Then limited space led me to think of a peg board and the S hooks fit! How awesome to have a space for stuff on an ironing board in your laundry. I can't wait to see one hanging like that on the back of a laundry door.
ironing board storage peg board from my 2012 vault, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas, Old metal Ironing board I don t iron
Old metal Ironing board..I don't iron :)
ironing board storage peg board from my 2012 vault, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas, Painted and lettered
Painted and lettered.
ironing board storage peg board from my 2012 vault, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas, Peg board hooks fit with a slight adjustment
Peg board hooks fit with a slight adjustment.
ironing board storage peg board from my 2012 vault, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas, Workshop or Laundry storage Oh and don t forget magnets will work too ShabbyPaints com
Workshop or Laundry storage. Oh and don't forget magnets will work too :) ShabbyPaints.com

To see more: https://www.shabbypaints.com/ironing-board-art-recycle-your-old-ironing-board/

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2 questions
  • Lynn
    on Feb 18, 2016

    I love this idea! What hooks did you use? Regular pegboard hooks won't work.

    • Its19764079
      on Feb 5, 2017

      Lynn, not intrude but I went back to the beginning and she said she used reg pegboard hooks with a little adjustment. She also said she used S hooks. jc

  • Joa34148125
    on Sep 25, 2018

    How do you remove the legs? They appear welded on to the top.

    • Shabby Paints
      on Sep 25, 2018

      Hi..most I've seen can be forced with a small pry bar. Send a picture if that doesn't work and I'll try and help.

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