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Pedestal hides the spa controls.

Pedestal hides the spa controls

Elegant as it looks, there's more to this sturdy pedestal than just a way to display a heavy garden ornament. The 15- by 23- by 49-inch box hides the water and air pipes leading from equipment inside the garage to the whirlpool bath outside.

Built on a concrete slab and with rear studs nailed to the garage wall, the box is made of 1/2-inch marine-grade plywood clad with cedar lattice and framed with 1-by-3s. Four 2-by-4s make up the top. Owner Allan Tonning had all the wood coated with preservative and stained to match his Seattle house.

Photo: Cedar-lathed pedestal hides spa controls

Photo: Cutout in box provides access to gauges
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