8 clever ways to hide your home's eyesores
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By Stacey Lindsay for Remodelista
If you cringe at the site of cords or loathe the clutter of kitchen items, then you'll love these eight clever ideas to help hide the necessary evils of home devices.
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If you don't have a separate laundry room or a door to hide the washer and dryer, a pressure rod and white curtain conceal the machines. Pretty and economical!
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In her loft-style kitchen, designer Allison Bloom keeps attractive wares on display but relegates the less-attractive necessities to inconspicuous spots. Here, the microwave sits on the cook's side of the kitchen island, making it easy to reach but hard to see.
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The StudioDesk gives unruly cords and cables a place to hide out—they're all stashed under the sliding desktop and can be accessed from above.
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Rather than keeping rolls, bagels and a half-eaten loaf on the counter, this bread bin, by Henrybuilt, stores them in this container located within the kitchen counter.
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You won't see a cord or unsightly gadget in the home office of Michelle Slatalla, editor of Gardenista. Interior designer Stephanie Dorfman created a "false wall" behind each desk.
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Recess Time7 of 9
Kitchen counter space is at a premium, so free up precious inches by installing a recessed electrical outlet mounting box. Since the plate is recessed, you push appliances even closer to the wall (and in front of the outlet so it will no longer be seen).
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If you hate the sight of your flat-screen when it's not in use, this motorized panel by Auton slides over the TV, providing a new, artistic view.
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This trash bin is built into the cabinet rather than taking up precious floor space. Bonus? The drawer above the trash has been converted into a cutting board with a convenient hole to swipe away scraps.
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