I also hate to iron and have figured out how to dry and/or hang pretty much anything and have it look crisp. Which is more than I can say for how it looks after I've tried to iron it! DH used to starch and iron his own dress shirts. The only thing I still iron is fabric pieces when I'm sewing something.
Today has been shuffle furniture around day for me. I put my little desk and filing cabinet back in the home office, which meant moving out the big old overstuffed chair that the youngest dog (Goldie) liked to sleep in. She has been urinating on her dog bed and then sleeping on the chair. She is very weird about where she relieves herself due to having been mistreated before we got her.
So the chair is going to the curb so that she has no choice except to sleep in her bed and use the nearby potty pad. The idea that bed is bed is being reinforced by putting the blanket that used to be on the old chair on her bed. Right now she's asleep in her bed looking adorable. She really has overcome a lot and this is the last thing she needs to fully figure out.
The furniture shuffle left me needing a little desk chair, so I took a nice folding chair we had in the closet and painted it to match the desk. It's going to look really cute and I have a cushion for the seat. Pushed under the desk, the chair seat will be too tight a space for Goldie to get into.
I used an Amazon gift card from Christmas to order an unfinished console table for the dining area. Only had to pay $26 in shipping and tax.
We bought an unfinished desk from the same company and it was lovely, sturdy, and easy to stain and seal. The table will give me space in that area for a table lamp and room to put dishes when we have a big family meal. Our dining table seats only five people rather snugly, so there's not space to lay out a groaning board on it.