The larger cabinet is designed to fit an over the door ironing board and the frame of it can easily be clamped to the sides of the cabinet.
The smaller cabinet is designed to fit a folding tabletop ironing board with the board resting on the door. I think that if you used a set of folding shelf brackets you could support the weight, upside down for the brackets but they're strong.
I finally did find and download Cutlist successfully, thanks so much for the heads up. Also, is there another plug in to use the different wood species. I noticed that in your video there was Southern_Yellowpine used as a material. Is that part of a plug in or is there some special thing you need to do inside sketchup. Thanks so much for your help!!!
Would LOVE to see the step by step plans
for both units. I've priced these in the stores,
and they're SO expensive.
Here is my version. i decided that we did not need a door so I left it open. It is made from scrap 3/4" maple plywood with some scrap birch edging. i used spring hinges on the ironing board to hold it in the upright position. The leg is made from birch as well. The underside of the ironing board looked kinda nasty so I stained it and added birch strips to cover the frayed edges of the cloth.
I also made a stand for the iron to keep it handy. it has a custom top piece to better hold the iron in place.
Great idea! I loved the sketchup drawing. I use the program for my designs as well. Great program at a great price. Please load the plans. We are definitely looking into purchasing one, but I would make this.