How can I conceal washing machine hose lines?

by Anne

How to conceal exposed washing machine water hose lines on a kitchen wall?

How to conceal exposed washing machine water hose lines on a kitchen wall?
  6 answers
  • Trudi Trudi on Jul 17, 2019

    Are you not using them? If they are in use I don't think I would do that unless you made a box that stuck out for the hoses. If they are not in use you could cover with a piece of dry wall, tape and paint.

  • Kathy Gunter Law Kathy Gunter Law on Jul 17, 2019

    You can make a box that is open in the back and on the bottom. Decorate the front and hang like a piece of artwork. The hoses will come out of the bottom.

  • Gale O'Neal Gale O'Neal on Jul 18, 2019

    I would cover it with a box also, but to make it look nicer, why not creat a shelf, that box "sits" on, and you can use rest of shelf to place other boxes of soap detergent or jars holding soap or found buttons, change. Liimited only by your imagination. Good luck!

  • CJ CJ on Jul 18, 2019

    I have a shelf just above my washer valves. Brackets are screwed to the wall away from the water lines. Once the shelf was installed the washer and dryer were pushed back into place. It's hard to see the valves but not hard to access if necessary as the shelf was placed just above the top of the control panels of the machines.

  • Judy in Canton. Judy in Canton. on Jul 18, 2019

    Put a curtain rod with a 3 to 4 inch side return ( so it protrudes over the lines) and hang a curtain or fabric. This will also give you easy access to the lines.

  • Jeanne Pinto Jeanne Pinto on Jul 18, 2019

    We installed a board shelf above then I tacked on a piece of fabric with enough overhang to conceal hoses but still have instant access.