I made this from a vintage ironing board. I took it apart, glued the legs together, cut them to fit for the shelves, sanded and stained it all and used brackets from hobby lobby. I did have to straighten the board because it was warped. I used a gunstock stain which is a red color. It turned out wonderful. I sale these as well for 299.99 and should be able ship for around 75.00 or less to most places. This process took about a week on and off to make.
Antique 1930's Rid-Jid Ironing Board by JR Clark Co
Rustic console table and wicker hamper, love the natural materials of the console, the baskets and the tray mixed with the clear glass lamp ~ and then ~ the black framed mirror and two black candleholders.
Turning a Vintage Ironing Board Into a Message Centre