18 Low-Cost Ways To Conceal The Eyesores In Your Home

18 Low-Cost Ways To Conceal The Eyesores In Your Home


lighterside-staff-authorBy Lighter Side Staff  |  Read More

Texas is easily the size of three of most other states. In such a huge place, there are bound to be a lot of hidden treasures to find that don’t get quite enough credit. Whether it’s a city with an undeserved bad rap, or a hidden nature preserve, we’re highlighting some amazing locations that you may otherwise overlook in your journey across the Lone Star state.

1. Design some deep drawers to stash away smelly laundry.

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2. Tired of seeing that internet router blinking sporadically? Get ya some fancy boxes and your problem is easily solved.

Via sweetsanitydesigns.com

3. You can also stuff them into a hollowed out (large) book of your choice.

Via apartmenttherapy.com

4. Who knew electrical tape could be so artistic?

Via abeautifulmess.com

5. Removable wallpaper is a great way to stylize an otherwise boring fridge.

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6. Chalkboard paint is even better. Not only is it functional for making lists, but the art is ever changeable.

Via Erinlauray.com

7. Hide your paper towels away in a practical shelf.

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8. Need some nicer containers for your liquid products? Muji containers are perfect.

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9. Have an unsightly vent or electrical box cover? How about a spare rubber mat? Just add bronze spray paint for an instant fix.

Via debbie-debbiedoos.com

10. IKEA can provide a printed canvas to help keep the dust off of that flat screen TV.

Via Tulipandturnip

11. You can use a hinged canvas to hide a thermostat. Even better, you can hide your alarm control. Makes things extra frustrating for would be thieves.

Via blissbloomblog.com

12. Trim up your cord clutter.

Via sawdustgirl.com
Via sawdustgirl.com

13. Give that printer a home in your dresser.

Via pbjstories.com
Via pbjstories.com

14. Boring old door shutting down your mood? Paint and masking tape will open up the possibilities.

Via Houzz

15. Score one on the AC unit with a score board.

Via decorhacks.com
Via decorhacks.com

16. Some small curtains on a tension rod make for an easy AC unit cover.

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17. You can turn that ugly, old wall into something functional and appealing with some stenciled pegboard.

Via organizingmadefun

18. Light switch looking a little tacky? Tack some photos up to give it more appealing company.

Via ourfifthhouse.com
Via ourfifthhouse.com