The Hidden Printer
Today’s post topic has the potential to appeal on multiple levels. If, for instance, you think that printers aren’t particularly attractive (you would be right), then today’s post proposes an eyesore relief.
If, on the other hand, you consider the printer a hostile presence in your workspace, being that printers are around the only technology not to have advanced in seemingly any way, and you’ve had just two many infuriating encounters with it wherein what you anticipated to be a 45 second experience morphs nightmarishly into a 45 minute one all, “Paper jam? There’s no paper in it?” “Replace cartridge? You’ve got to be kidding–” and the oft overheard, “NO!” then the idea will be a stress elevating venture.
Consequently, you may belong to the third camp known officially as “Both A and B.”
So, hide the printer away.
You can opt to install a pull-out shelf made with drawer glide hardware into any cabinet, hutch or desk. You can also, as seen below, remove the front panel from a drawer, and then reattach it using hinges.
Finally, if hinges and hardware aren’t your bag of tricks, you can also go the curtain/fabric route.
Perhaps you have some other ingenius method for printer camouflaging? If so, be a dear and share it with the rest of us.
Image credits: Southern Living, Martha Stewart, Centsational Girl, BHG, BHG, PBJ Stories, Kara Paslay Designs
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