Kitchen renovation where the kitchen is in the basement (site is on a hill, so it opens out on one side). The kitchen will soon be open to a nice large room with a fireplace. We'd like to make this a more livable space, but since the rooms are in the basement, a humidifier is necesary.
Does anyone know if it is possible to put a humidifier IN cabinetry- perhaps with a louvered door etc. and have it function properly? Since this will be become a nice living area, we'd prefer to not just leave it out and in the open like in an unfinished basement. It would work well to have it somehow in the island between kitchen and family room. Planning on having it self-draining.
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