Unsightly pipes

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Hi All,

I have just finished fitting a new bathroom suite. Unfortunately all the waste/water pipes,etc behind the toilet and sink are visible. Does any body know a good and effective way of hiding these.

Many Thanks
 
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Box them in, can you box & make a shelf, need to see it to help, post a picture
 
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Hi
Unfortunately my woodworking skills aren't that good and i don't know how to cope with the curves on the toilet/sink
 
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Ask in the carpentry section about boxing in.

You could always paint the pipes to match the colour of the wall behind.
 
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Zampa said:
Ask in the carpentry section about boxing in.

You could always paint the pipes to match the colour of the wall behind.

Zampa..Do people only read the forumn of the speciality. Going by who answers what I would say that most posters, cover all forumns.
 
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If you box them in, make sure you can move the box away from the pipes in emergences---pipe leeks leaks!
 
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Diyisfun said:
Zampa said:
Ask in the carpentry section about boxing in.

You could always paint the pipes to match the colour of the wall behind.

Zampa..Do people only read the forumn of the speciality. Going by who answers what I would say that most posters, cover all forumns.

You may well be right there...but the poster would have more success I would have thought asking carpenters about the boxing in aspect as they may pick up some helpful advice about how to do it.
 
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