How can I hide my split AC?
- Wall-mounted die-cut cabinet.
- Wrought iron grate.
- Shutter box.
- Die-cut wood & lace wall panel.
- Slatted wood panel.
- Wall mounted shelf.
- Metal grille mantel.
- Shutter register cover.
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Hereof, how can I hide my air conditioner?
Hide AC Unit with a Shabby Chic Shutter Screen An old shutter screen is the perfect repurposed fence for hiding your AC unit. Paint an old screen a vibrant color, and wrap it around the outdoor AC unit. Check out these air-conditioning mistakes you can avoid.
Likewise, can you cover a mini split? Some of the mini split units are made to stand on the floor like regular radiators. They can be covered by creating a special cabinet around them, which will cover the unit, all the while letting air flow around. This is also a great way to get some additional space for displaying stuff on top of the cabinet.
Simply so, how can I hide my air conditioner vents?
How to Make Over Your Ugly Air Vents
- Conceal it. Out of sight, out of mind.
- Paint it. Hide an air vent in plain sight with a fresh coat of the same paint color you used on the walls.
- Switch out the cover. Say goodbye to those sad slats and replace them with a piece of framed, patterned mesh.
- Go shopping.
How much space do you need around an air conditioner?
As a general rule of thumb, it's good to have at least 12-inches of air conditioner clearance on all sides of your AC unit. “I live by a rule of 1-foot on all sides as the absolute minimum for shrubbery and the back of the unit facing the house,” says Keith Hill, technical support manager at Minnesota Air.