How to "Eliminate" Baseboard Heaters from Your Interior Design

How to "Eliminate" Baseboard Heaters from Your Interior Design

  • Jennifer Cosgrove
  • 10/17/22

Interior design is an art form of its own, and today I’m going to talk about how you can essentially eliminate baseboard heaters from your interior design. As you know, baseboard heaters can really be an eyesore, they just don’t look good—and they really date your room if they’re missing parts or if they are rusted, or if they are not painted nicely. So, I figured out a way to get rid of them, and I am going to show you that today. Let's go!

I did a lot of research on how to cover up these heaters and make sure we don't have to see them anymore. Bottom line is you need to have an opening on the top and an opening on the bottom for the heat to escape as long as you have that you can cover them up. I hired a woodworker that I use a lot around the house. And he was able to put together a design to cover up our baseboard heaters and make them look better or at least part of the room part of the trim work and add a little elegance to the room rather than detracting. 

So if you have baseboard heaters and you're thinking about what do with them, you have a couple of options. You can paint them, or you can cover them. Either way, they're going to definitely add to the overall aesthetics of your room and help you to make that room look better than ever before. The process takes some time but in the end I think it will be worth all of your efforts.

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