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Basement bulkhead

nagooseFebruary 8, 2013
We have a bulkhead that runs the length of our basement, but there is the vertical butt-out that drives me crazy. The wall from left to right is 50", then the vertical "beam" is 9" long and 3 1/2" deep, and from there it's 35" to the door.

Any suggestions as to how to hide this vertical beam would be much appreciated. Thanks!
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I think, as a contractor and cabinetmaker, a built-in cabinet with a place for the TV and decorative objects...maybe some books(!) could be constructed to encompass the post and disguise its presence with a uniform flat front.
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