Hide an AC unit indoor and out

Your air conditioner is an essential component of your home, but its not something you want front and center.

  • Most of us would rather hide the AC unit.

That includes both the outside condenser and wall or ceiling mounted boxes indoors. There are plenty of ways to hide your AC unit but make sure to never block air flow around the equipment, impeding on operation. A wall of flowers on a lattice is a fabulous way to hide an air conditioning unit. Just don’t put the flowers too close to the unit. Using flora to camouflage your AC unit is an old trick, and it can be a perfect solution for exteriors that already use greenery. Plants such as caladium and elephant ears are gorgeous exotic plants and grow tall enough to hide anything behind them. Some people build walls made from bamboo, planter boxes, pavers, and cement blocks to place around the front of an AC unit. While standing in front of these walls, you would never even notice a huge AC unit sitting outside. But, we can’t forget about the inside AC unit as well. If it is out in the open, it can definitely be an eyesore. A wall mounted die cut cabinet is the perfect way to hide an AC unit that’s wall mounted, such as a ductless AC unit or a through the wall unit. Since the doors open, it’s easy to open for adjusting the fan or doing maintenance. For a modern look, you can use a slatted wood panel to provide camouflage for wall shelving, a TV, and the ability to hide an AC unit. Using decorative wall panels and die cut wood & lace wall panels is attractive to the eye and leaves plenty of room for air flow which is good for the equipment and your comfort. There are so many ways to hide an outside or inside AC unit and make the space look more appealing.

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