• First book = The communist manifesto (the reddest book we had)

Ironing Board as a Bookshelf - Powder Coat it!

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We took our ironing board to a powder coater to paint red and we're using it as a bookshelf in the dining room. (and put red books on it)

--Gone 4 a bit--, and 70 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. heartlandart 80 months ago | reply

    This is the greatest thing I've seen in months!!! May I ask...the cost of powder coating an ironing board? Love it!

  2. jo feather 80 months ago | reply

    oh wow! - love it!...x

  3. ninahale 80 months ago | reply

    I think my husband said it was $130. Plus we have to buy a new ironing board I guess.

  4. ninahale 80 months ago | reply

    OK, I have to tell the world about the funniest group since "stick people in peril." www.flickr.com/groups/92105896@N00/ You must all go to it and laugh.

  5. nandopereira 79 months ago | reply

    Excelent. How nice is to have eyes out of the box. For a more creative house (and world) manifesto! ;)

  6. Ely... 78 months ago | reply

    Fantastic idea!... Really good taste here!. How much for it?

  7. Mika Lins 70 months ago | reply

    Hi! I'm admin for a group called "AT HOME WITH BOOKS" and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  8. apey1 70 months ago | reply

    What a clever/cute idea!

  9. relyn 69 months ago | reply

    This is unbelievable, amazingly cool!!

  10. Lel G 62 months ago | reply

    Ironing boards are so much better covered in books - and the reds are wonderful. Thanks for licensing your photo under CC. It's been used to illustrate an answer about ironing boards.

  11. reintjedevos 44 months ago | reply

    Please consider dropping this photo on to All kinds of THINGS

    Found in a search. ( ?² )

  12. nomorota 24 months ago | reply

    So you read red books only? :-)

  13. Room Elegance 7 months ago | reply

    Hi Nina,

    I've published this nice 'Ironing Board as a Bookshelf' picture by you in an article on my blog at the following link:


    Please visit the article at the link above and see if you like it.

    Thanks for the nice image.

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