hiding ductwork 5. Linear drains. This is an option that needs to be planned prior to your bathroom renovation to ensure that you have enough depth below your shower floor for the drain and pan. There are many beautiful linear drain options these days that have decorative metal covers, and some can have tile set right into them, as in the image above, or even have LED lights in them.
Hiding ductwork 1. Drop ceiling. Often you will have to drop your ceiling to house ducts and pipes. Instead of creating random bulkheads everywhere, plan to drop your ceilings at certain locations and make them architectural details that speak to the design of your space. Hide your supply vents or air returns on the sides to keep your ceilings less cluttered.
I love this. What would I do with it?
6. Whisk it away. Restaurant countertops often have disposal holes with bins positioned beneath them so scraps can be swept straight into the trash without having to open a cupboard or lift a lid with dirty hands — highly convenient if you have the counter space. It can even look neat and stylish, like this chunky one made of wood.
could this be wood
we could sell chalk boards and dry erase boards in a variety of styles
framed charger $24.99
to do list $26.80
I like this for getting my laptop out of the way and charging all my devices
much bigger hidden shoes
another good idea for a charging station