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to hide things (thermostat, garage door opener, etc)...cut idea, but my hubby would kill me if I started to try to cover up all the gadgets!
Old picture frame, scrap wood, a hinge and a fun doorknob to hide ugly stuff. I'm thinking for the garage door opener near the front door.
Hide things (thermostat, garage door opener, etc) - cool idea!
hide things (thermostat, garage door opener, etc.) I Want for hallway to hide thermostat.
hide things (thermostat, garage door opener, etc)...such a good idea.
floor to ceiling windows and door; dark edges frame the view. [Crush Cul de Sac]
This particular one obviously won't work, but I love this idea! Child-safe AND adorable. I can probably make something up like this. When I do, I'll update my pin! :D
Smart, Very Smart! HAHA! Love this! I'll need to show my boyfriends parents this
Golden section? Looks like the 3 doors could be a "broken" square with added section that is .618
hidden door bookcase
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Doggy shower in the garage. Also for muddy children... this is going to be a must have if i ever build a house!!
"This unique pantry portal was a vintage door from an old New Orleans bank safe and is installed on a sliding track." absolutely love this pantry, the idea is so cool of refurbishing a vintage piece and the chalkboard wall is great!
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