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    Ironing Center Complete

    Got the upper storage unit installed.
    As with the lower unit I used old trim boards for the doors and case facing.
    Can't see it too well, but there is a 4' light under the upper cabinet.
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    very very nice!!!! hubby did a great job for you , be sure to give him a big hug!
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    They're both fantastic! Very, very nice!!!

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    I love it! Look at all those drawers you have for storage!

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    Very nice job.

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    Super nice! You'll love all that room to iron, and the area to set your iron on is great!
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    I love your ironing station, thanks for sharing!
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    Wow - what a gorgeous iron cabinet & Upper shelf cabinet - What a fabulous place to iron your quilts & adore the shelf to hold your iron.

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    WOW that cabinetry is to die for Enjoy!!!
    It all about the Journey!! Enjoy It

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    That looks like a super ironing station and storage area!

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    Awesome!!!!!!

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    it's gorgeous!

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    Do you travel?? I could use your expertise in my sewing room please..

    Awesome Job .. Looks great !!!

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    Wow that is really nice, well done!!

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    Craftsman style even. Impressive!

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    It's so nice. You could actually enjoy ironing on one so beautiful.
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    That is such an amazing space. I have been searching for a dresser for my ironing board since I saw your post earlier. What a great idea and mine won't be homemade but it's still a good idea. You are very lucky.
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    have you ever thought of putting wheels on the cabinet? that way you could roll it away from the wall and use it
    as a cutting board also.)by placing a cutting mat atop it. Just an idea. i just love you cabinets====
    Rita

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    Very nice. I really like it alot. Love the almost rustic look to it!...
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    Love your ironing center. DH did a good job.

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    Very impressive! Good job.

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    What a great ironing station. You and hubby did a great job on it.

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    What an AWESOME ironing center. I am very green with envy. LOLOLOLOL Would you & your husband take requests? You are very, very, very LUCKY. I hope that you enjoy it.

    Have a blessed day.

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    Not only is your ironing station and cabinet great, I'm very intrigued by the tool holder on your longarm. Would you share how it's made?
    Thanks!
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    I used a piece of white oak and drilled some holes of varying sizes. I attached with a piece of flat bar steel drilling to match a couple of bolts on the frame.
    Here is a better picture.
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