Hiding air-conditionersPosted on Sunday 25 May 2014
Installing an air-con unit to stay cool in Brisbane’s humid climate doesn’t have to become an obstacle for that floor-to-ceiling wall storage you always wanted… you can in fact have both in the same space.
Many of my clients have expressed their frustration with their air-con units or split system climate controllers, what they believe is an eyesore on the main living room wall despite their important function.
They often tell me they’d love a floor-to-ceiling wall unit with shelving for novels, magazines and cookbooks, drawers to hide away cables, DVD’s, and even spaces for entertainment systems. But most think it’s not possible because “the air-con is already on that wall”. This is where my clients are mistaken.
With clever design, doors and intelligent hinges, I can make your air-con unit disappear behind a floor-to-ceiling wall unit, and return in one touch.
So, here’s to removing all obstacles and kicking off 2014 with a very organised start.