Where do you do your ironing? Is it in your laundry room, in front of the television or somewhere else?
Ironing can be such a mundane task, so I’m definitely for anything that can make it more joyful.
I do my ironing upstairs near the bedrooms and linen cupboard.
Our laundry room is downstairs in the basement, and our home has 5 floors.
I always find it such an effort to go up and down the stairs with the ironing, so I’ve decided to do it right at the top of the house near all the cupboards. Step 2 Get a beautiful ironing board cover
Ironing is so much more pleasurable when you have something pretty to stare at don’t you think?
Check out my gorgeous new ironing board cover from Brabantia, a collaboration with Irish designer ‘Queen of prints’ Orla Kiely. The new limited edition design is in Orla Kiely’s Flower Oval Stem print. Isn’t it just so pretty?
Love how the orange colour pops out from the grey.
The ironing board cover is made from 100% durable cotton with a resilient foam layer for ironing comfort, making it the ideal ironing surface for both normal and steam ironing.
The cover comes with a cord fastener and Stretch System, so that it is easy to fit and always smooth and taut.
If you spend a long period of time ironing, then it is essential that the ironing board is at the right level to maintain posture and comfort. My new Brabantia ironing board is amazing as it has seven heights (69 – 96 cm), easily adjustable with a handy trigger switch.
I use eco friendly botanically fragrant products as part of my laundry care, such as Wilton London’s laundry liquid and fabric conditioner in a Cedarwood scent. I notice they also do a Jasmine scent now.
I just love having some background music whilst I iron. I pick and mix my tunes depending on my mood.
So there you have it, my 5 steps to a more pleasurable ironing experience.
Hope you’ve enjoyed the post. Wishing you all a wonderful week ahead.
( All photography and styling are by me, Geraldine Tan, editor of Little Big Bell. This is a paid partnership collaboration with Brabantia but all views are my own.)