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Decor Ideas 06.04.13

Answer to hiding an ugly in-wall air conditioner.

This is my idea for disguising an ugly air conditioner behind a custom shelf cabinet combined with a wooden window valance. I am building the other side in duplicate for balance. The unit is actually black, but shown in grey to make details visible.
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  • Susan S
    Susan S Fredericksburg, VA
    Looks like a great idea Therese but won't that block the air flow for the a/c unit??
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  • Donna R
    Donna R Lumberton, TX
    This looks great, Therese. Nice design. Like that you are doing duplicate. Wow! You expect us to learn how to do this on our computers??? Me???
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  • Therese C
    Therese C Greenfield, IA
    That is why I am installing doors over it...they will be open when the air is on and closed to look like just a cabinet when the air is not on.
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    Therese C Greenfield, IA
    Donna it gets very easy after a little practice!
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  • Becky
    Becky Blair, NE
    Great idea Therese. I've often thought about ways to hide them when I've seen those type of AC units.
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