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  • Kim Vazquez

    Hide your ugly air return vent cover

  • Courtney Moss

    clever furniture designed to hide wall vent. #Cabinet #door #design

  • Linda McVicar

    clever furniture designed to hide wall vent ---- just in case I ever need this idea

  • Raie Robison

    like this idea just not the style. Hide the Air Vent: There is a large return air vent behind this cabinet. The cabinet was painted, wallpaper added on the back of the top shelf part, and the bottom of the back is cut out, and with doors covered in decorative metal mesh you can get at Home Depot or Lowes. the sister sophisticate blog

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