Ironing Board Wine Rack

Shari Jamieson
by Shari Jamieson
I bought this old wooden ironing board at an auction for $10. As usual, I'm never really sure what I'm going to make with my purchase - but it's always going to be something special!
I checked out Pinterest and came up with a few ideas. I mixed them all around, gathered a few more unusual flea market finds (towel rack, garden rake, old corks) and made a wine rack.
It's now hanging on my friends wall.
Since this original one, I've made a few more - each one slightly different. I still have an open spot in my dining room for one to keep for myself.
Shari Jamieson
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  • Sandy Sandy on Nov 21, 2015
    what do you do to keep it standing up? what kind of stand od you use?

  • Pat34144257 Pat34144257 on Sep 24, 2018

    how did you affix the iron piece onto the wood? what type of nail or glue did you use? I'm doing a similar project for a wall hanging with mason jars and flowers and can't decide how best to attach the iron piece. thanks.

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  • Cathy Cunningham Cathy Cunningham on Nov 27, 2015
    I love this, I am about to come into an old wooden ironing board which drops down from the wall kind of like a murphy bed, and since it has no legs this would be a perfect idea. Hope you don't mind if I copy this idea. I may not be able to find the wrought iron for bottles but will come up with some other idea for that part. I can definitely find the rake for glasses though. Thanks for posting this!

  • Judy Judy on Aug 22, 2018

    Oh this is beautiful!