Another Way to Hide A Thermostat

Another Way to Hide A Thermostat

Sarah Rainwater
Jun 16, 2010

Here at Apartment Therapy, we can't get enough of clever ideas for hiding thermostats, air conditioners or circuit boxes when they aren't in use and here's a simple idea from Richard & Julie's Pawtucket loft. Can you spot a thermostat anywhere in this picture?

A picture frame hinged to a small piece of wood that has been painted the same color as the wall is as straightforward a solution as there is, but it gets bonus points for being totally unnoticeable, even up close. And though the single framed image, hung low to cover the thermostat, might seem a bit awkward and out-of-place, they've balanced it by hanging the second painting above. Check out the full tour for more images of Richard & Julie's Elegant Industrial Loft.

Images: Sarah Rainwater, Dog Painting by Jennifer French

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