This electric box was all they could look at every time they walked by their font door.
This took up a lot of space and was hard to look at, even if it did provide cold air in the summer.
Even if you can’t get rid of it, you can still make it look pretty.
This white and dirty trash can was all you could look at when you walked into the kitchen.
It even has a leaning door to easily throw away trash, and it looks great in the kitchen.
This printer looked awkward sitting in the midst of all the other home decor.
Make sure to cut out a rectangle for the paper and two squares in the back, so it doesn’t overheat.
Why does everyone need to see the set temperature?
By hanging a frame on the thermostat, this blogger added decor to her home and hid an ugly eyesore.
The remnants of an old land line phone cost too much to repair but was still ugly.
The gorgeous homemade cork board looks stunning on the wall and completely hides the land line.
The big panel had no way of blending into the wall, and it made the room look incomplete.
This hand built closet hid the panel while adding storage space and a farmhouse feel to the room.
This protruding piece stood out in the renovated office.
Adding a hinge and piece of wood to this $1 frame perfectly hides the protruding button.
If you have more than one electronic device in your home, you can relate to this.
This colorful pegboard hides all the cords, and the wires easily slip through the holes.
Even in the laundry room, this water heater was an ugly eyesore.
By using plywood and some 1X4s, this hometalker made a box that easily slides on and off the heater.
With the weird shape and wires all around, this is not something you want people to see.
Cut out the papers and use the cover to hide the router without blocking the signal.