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How to hide a protruding object

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Step by step directions using a old frame and hardware to conceal a protruding object on the wall. (We converted part of our garage into a office/mudroom so we decided to hide the garage door opener since we don't use it)

To see more: http://myuncommonsliceofsuburbia.com/what-garage-door-opener/

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  • Velma Sanso
    Velma Sanso Sherman, TX

    great job by the way and a great idea .

  • Karen Stutts
    Karen Stutts Thompsontown, PA

    Love this Kristin!!! I've been trying to think of a way to hide the drain knobs in the wall behind my washing machine. I think you've helped me find a solution. Perfect!

  • S.Harley
    S.Harley Burbank, CA

    This is brilliant! So many great possibilities with this--thanks for sharing!

  • Marion Nesbitt

    LOL I just hung a picture over the control panel for fire/breakin in my hall.

  • Qwikwitt1

    I used big chunky chains attached to a framed picture and screwed into the ceiling to hide my circuit breaker box... A nice Industrial look and a very inexpensive way hide that unsightly box. Since the picture was just hanging from the ceiling it's

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