After taking in the ingenious design of the Iron Station, it wouldn't be surprising if people questioned the types of clothes worn when the first ironing board was conceived. Clearly, people didn't where pants or shirts in the 17th century. Sarcasm aside, the way the Iron Station splinters off in a simple way to accommodate such articles of clothing begs the question: Why wasn't it re-vamped earlier?
Designed by Quirky, the Iron Station is made up of a central circular board and two pivoting arms. These arms allow people to easily slip the leg of their pants and arm of their shirts onto it in a basic manner rather than manipulating the clothing in unnatural ways. A simple tweak, the Iron Station is affordable as well.