Since our place was built in the '70s, the high point of the "what were they thinking?" era of construction, we have all of these quirky things we're still trying to work around, more than a year after moving in. The bizarre, non-focal-point fireplace. The HUGE wall-implanted intercom box that serves only to buzz people in at the front door. And the ugly thermostat boxes attached to the radiant heat in the ceiling.
We cannot hide all of the thermostat boxes (one in each bedroom, and one in the living room), but the one in the office was in prime position to get covered with a box frame.
Seriously... when did this ever seem like a good idea?
A $10 Ikea frame, a sheet of stamps, and voila!
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