1,393 hide mechanical equipment Home Design Photos

Planned Environment Associates
16 Reviews
Grand Beach, Michigan Lake Lot
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a segmental block planter hides the mechanical equipment.
DW Design & Decor LLC
16 Reviews
Sports Theme
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a cellar door leading up to the outside, larger windows to conform to egress code, walled in space at the perimeter of the main room to hide the mechanical equipment and for additional storage, and the use of porcelain “wood” tile for the floor in the children’s play area. Photography by Nick Daunys
“Sofá en l” — denisedlgd
Blue Marble Design, LLC
5 Reviews
Outdoor Entertainment Space
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Built-in planter boxes anchor transitions between deck elevations. A new Bench hides mechanical equipment/meters. A future water feature is under construction...
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Southam Design Inc
8 Reviews
Bar Area
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The curved, lit cove hides mechanical equipment above. The same glass countertop is incorporated into the bar and custom millwork used throughout. Coves and built-ins are used where ever possible and lit by recessed lighting above.
“Wave ceiling” — Rhonda Ulrich
Dan Waibel Designer Builder
8 Reviews
Theater Room
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Equipment hidden behind picture - have cutout going into closet in adjacent room for equip.
Wall panels to hide DVDs and/or components
Stereo equipment hidden behind framed poster
Love the idea of hiding the TV components
In the movies, we often see a wall safe hidden by art. What about using art to hide things that just aren't that pretty to look at? Framed movie posters can be the perfect way to hide AV components and that collection of DVDs.
“audio storage with door displaying art” — faye0320
Spry Architecture
11 Reviews
Black House (Steinman Renovation)
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Steel sculpture to hide pool equipment.
have exsisting concrete and live in a high wind area (Inland Empire, CA). How could we brace these panels? I love this idea for my yard to hide the ugly pool equipment. Please tell me what to do.
Hide Pool Equipment in Style w/a Light too?
Interesting way to cover up the pool equipment.
A variation on this could hide my pool equipment
Spry designed a sculpture of steel panels and exterior lighting to hide an unattractive portion
panels to hide hose and air conditioning units
Metal panels with lights to hide ugly stuff.
Spry designed a sculpture of steel panels and exterior lighting to hide an unattractive portion of a surrounding block wall. The panels also hide an electrical transformer and pool equipment.
“outdoor screening” — allison1947
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
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way you can hide things that aren't the prettiest to look at. Like your air conditioning. I have been looking into air conditioner montreal. Thank you so much for sharing this great picture and idea.
I'm also looking for attractive ways to hide the pipes
Hide a/c unit & provide exterior storage for fishing equipment
clever use of space and equipment
Hiding air conditioner and possibly pool equipment.
perfect older home solution for modern equipment
structure to hide air-con with storage!
This large obelisk provides more ingenious hidden storage, hiding an air conditioning unit and larger garden tools, like rakes and hoes.
“Storage” — reese6
Dalton Distinctive Renovations
5 Reviews
Beckwith
Ideabooks43,423
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The desire to disguise the mechanical room lead to a custom designed shelf which acts as the entrance to this compact space. It's a stunning feature and is the first thing one see's when entering this room. Melanie Rebane Photography
This is so cool! I would love to be able to hide my furnace room like this. However, it seems like a project like this would take a long time. I love the bookshelf and the white paint. This room is
Items do not fall off the shelves unless the door is swung open really hard, since it goes to the mechanical room it does not require being opened very often. Thank you for your inquiry and I hope this is helpful.
Brilliant idea to hide a furnace, check this off as a must have for my basement.
“maybe this instead of a sliding barn door.” — gregyows
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