A fabric-covered box is among the most basic of cover-up techniques, but with so many patterns and textures to choose from (this blogger used a metallic grasscloth), the custom options are limitless See more at Miss. Queeny »
It is hard to make a room feel cozier when it includes a built-in eyesore that you cannot ignore, no matter how hard you try. It can drive anyone nuts. A clever disguise will preserve your sanity. For instance, the owner's of this prewar Swedish apartment made their living room more inviting by concealing their unattractive wall-mounted radiators behind beautiful slatted covers.
if you start the installation in themorning, you’ll be enjoying cold air bymid-afternoon. a ceiling fan helps circulatethe air and eliminate hot spots, butif the a/c unit keeps you cool enough,you can skip the fan. we’ll show youhow to pick the right size unit for yourgarage and how to install it in the wall.
Hide your wall a/c unit by converting a picture frame large enough to cover the unit, staple a mesh cover, add some pieces of wood or legs on each corner to extend away from wall & unit, and then mount to wall.
AC units can be so ugly. You can easily cover up it up with a DIY fabric-wrapped cornice board. This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to properly measure your window area and your particular AC unit, and how to construct the wooden cornice board and wrap it with decorative fabric. www.ehow.com/...