May 20, 2008
Nice mashup for tight spaces.
From the website:
Unique ladder doubles as an ironing board.
Ironing board: 13.5"W x 48.5"D x 33"H
Ladder: 13.5"W x 37"D x 45"H
Folded: 13.5"W x 3.5"D x 48.5"H
• 3 non-skid steps — oversized top step 28.5"H
• Powder-coated steel
• Washable cover
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I think its ingenious. The fact that the inventor continued on with the idea to a product is fantastic enough. How many people do that? Give credit where credit is due.
Posted by: lt | Feb 5, 2010 9:30:51 AM
hi, i wish to buy one off the ironing Ladder, can you please tell me, where can i get one . hope to hear from you asap. thanks !
Posted by: senghuei | Feb 4, 2010 11:47:11 PM
I have Ironing ladder chair.
could you help me ?
please send me your sample Images.
tanks a lot.
Posted by: m | Jul 26, 2009 5:58:45 PM
For climbing over mountains of ironing, of course.
Posted by: Skipweasel | May 24, 2008 6:49:49 PM
As an ironing aficionada... hmmm... let me amend that as I do not believe in false modesty - as an ironing expert, I can only call this contraption an absolute travesty.
Posted by: Milena | May 20, 2008 4:53:10 PM
And, of course, it doubles as a sled (figure 3), or, an essential part of a fashion model's getup as she lurches down the runway (fugure 2), or, most practically, a device one sets up on top of her car so she can find it in a crowded parking lot (figure 1).
(There was once, in this house, a little folding stepladder that its owner could never figure out how to work, much [very, very much] to the amusement of a friend of hers who hung out here a lot. It eventually got the s**t kicked out of it [ladder; not friend] and now it are "art".)
Posted by: Flautist | May 20, 2008 3:32:03 PM
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