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Thermostats are always placed in the most visible places - an entry, the middle of a hallway, a kitchen - and are such an eye sore. Why can't builders put them in a hall closet, or pantry, or anywhere but a main area??? There probably is a good reason, but I haven't found one yet....
Our thermostat is in the middle of our kitchen wall, and I had tried to mask it as much as possible when we moved in by hanging a small grouping of framed photographs/prints around it.
I was somewhat satisfied...until I saw the cute framed thermostat idea above. So, I looked around the house and found a spare frame for my thermostat.
Make sure to find a frame large enough to allow you space to adjust your thermostat. Strip the frame of any loose hardware/pieces - including any backing, glass, etc. Then simply hammer a picture nail or two in the wall right above your thermostat, and hang your frame. Voila - a (more) hidden thermostat!
Keep reading for a few other well-hidden thermostats that I found online. Have a little "Where's Waldo" thermostat-finding-fun!
pic from jenniferjohner
pic from twocreativemommas
pic from fromgardners2bergers
pic from apartmenttherapy
Come on, jump on the band-wagon and join the Thermostat Hiding Club - you know you want to! -Kristen