Ironing Centers with Honeycomb Iron Soleplate feature
Smooth out wrinkles in a snap with ironing centers. Ironing centers help provide easy access to your ironing board and ironing supplies. Ironing centers can be built-in, freestanding, or portable to accommodate your laundering needs. They make a great addition to laundry units to ensure clothes get a crisp finish after being washed and dried. Find an ironing center to suits your home and laundering needs.
Built-in ironing centers from Iron-A-Way are mounted and recessed to the wall. This versatile design allows the ironing board, accessories such as irons and starch sprays to neatly be stored away and readily available. Built-in ironing board centers are 15" in width and have up to a 48" height. The ironing boards fold down when in use and lift upright when not in use as a space saving solution to smaller rooms. Ironing boards are 42" long, providing a spacious surface to iron longer garments. Some include electrical systems so you can plug in your iron without having to set up near an outlet.
Freestanding ironing centers can be placed almost anywhere. Browse brands Reliable and Miele for a less permanent alternative to the built-in models. Select freestanding models can conveniently be folded up and transported on wheels, so you can easily iron clothes in the living room while keeping an eye out on the kiddos. The ironing board can easily be adjusted to a comfortable and ergonomic height. Some come equipped with a vacuum motor which prevents dampness from steam and maintains a dry surface on boards.
If you prefer something simpler yet practical, portable ironing centers are sure to get the job done. All feature a designated spot for irons with an iron rest. Some models also include a laundry rack which can also double as a catch tray when ironing long formal gowns. They are designed with a tube frame construction and double wishbone legs to ensure maximum stability. When not in use, portable ironing centers can easily be folded down and placed out of sight under the bed or inside closets.
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