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Is this house on a slab?
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What's behind that stone wall?
Do you even need that pipe there any more if your converting it?
 

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House on other side of the wall. That pipe feeds the outdoor kitchen that was added as some later date...

I guess I could box the pipe in and make it look like trim but I don't know how I would attach it..,
 

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There is no pretty magic way to cover this up that's why were asking questions to see if there's a better way to run it.
If there's a crawl space behind that stone wall why not just run the pipe through the wall and get rid of all that exposed piping?
 

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I'd rip two boards, one about 2 1/2" wide and the other 1 3/4" wide and make an L out of them, paint them brown and set the L on the floor with the 1 3/4" on the vertical across the entire room covering the pipe were it sits and just being on the wall for the rest of the room. you can scribe this L to the rock wall and cut out all of the rock scribes in the backside of the L to make it fit to the rock wall. that is concrete so the L would be best to be tough wood, treated or pvc etc... so it does not soak up moisture... use glue when installing and place something heavy a top the L to hold it in place while the glue sets
 

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If you are going to be covering the spigot so that it is never used, you might just want to remove and cap that part of the pipe (leaving the feeder to your outdoor kitchen). Spigots are known to leak from time to time, and having that happen once this is buried in your desk would be a pain in the butt to fix. As for hiding the pipe that runs along the floor, it doesn't look like it is too far from the wall. Could you get a thicker piece of material to use as a baseboard, and route/rabbet out a path along the backside for the pipe? Then put it in place and it would just look like trim, with the pipe concealed inside/behind it. Added benefit: if you ever need to get to that water line, you only need to remove a piece of baseboard.
 

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glue and weight to hold it down while glue dries is all that is need imo, the baseboard idea is good also for sure and will work.... maybe a 2x base that can be routed out in the back, just won't be able to notch out the backside to accommodate the stonework as easily.
 
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