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Not a big fan of niches in most cases. I have one in my living room and after numerous attempts, the only design "solution" short of sheet rocking over it, was to put a large mirrored screen in front of it to hide it.

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Tali Hardonag Architect

Celebrating a wall of niches creates an artistic focal point at the end of a hallway (with small puck lights in each niche)

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